In Georgia, annulments can be granted; however, they are very rare. In order for a party in the marriage to get an anullment, the marriage must have been declared void by law. This usually means that the one or both of the parties entering into the marriage were unable to legally contract or willingly to contract at the time marriage took place. As well, a party can seek to get an annulment if they can prove they were fraudulently induced into the marriage contract. However, annulments can not be granted where children were born during the marriage or are expected to be born.