Guardianship Court Permitted to Annul Marriage [Florida]

An incapacitated ward had his rights to contract removed by a guardianship court. The ward thereafter married, without court approval. The marriage was then challenged based on FS 744.3215(2)(a) (2013). That statute provides “[i]f the right to enter into a contract has been removed, the right to marry is subject to court approval.”

So the statute definitely raises problems for the marriage. The real question turned out to be …

Smith v. Smith, 4th DCA (March 2, 2016), Case No. 4D14-1436

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