Some few hours ago, Asamoah Gyan’s face was buried in shame after DNA results proved that he’s the father of all his 3 children.
Apparently, Gyan pushed for the DNA test and an annulment of his marriage as a way of trying to cut ties with his wife, Gifty Gyan and to also dodge paying huge compensations when it turns out that he’ll divorce his wife eventually.
And obviously move-in with his alleged mistress, Nina Atala.
Well, just when we thought things will be calmer at Gyan’s end, it appears situations are now worse as his wife is pushing for a divorce.
The lady MyNewsGh.com understands, is pushing for a divorce insisting it was a legal marriage under the laws of the country in order for the footballer to bear the brunt of his actions after subjecting her to international disgrace which sought to suggest she was sleeping around.
Gyan through his lawyer Mr Edwin Kusi Appiah in November last year stated he was annulling the marriage saying:
“Our client has noted the level of misinformation as well as the veiled and sometimes open attempt to discredit him, his family and or his friends and therefore we write for and on behalf of Mr Asamoah Gyan on matters that have come to his attention because they have been largely publicized and talked about within the media space across the country.”
“Our client has no interest in discussing his marriage in public but the only correction he wishes to make on the foregoing is that the process that is ongoing at an Accra High Court is not a petition for divorce but an annulment process.”
What’s the Legal difference between annulment and divorce?
There are two ways to legally end a marriage – annulment and divorce. An annulment is a legal procedure which cancels a marriage between a man and a woman. Annulling a marriage is as though it is completely erased – legally, it declares that the marriage never technically existed and was never valid.
A divorce, or legal dissolution of a marriage, is the ending of a valid marriage between a man and a woman returning both parties to single status with the ability to remarry.
An annulment case can be initiated by either the husband or the wife in the marriage. The party initiating the annulment must prove that he or she has the grounds to do so and if it can be proven, the marriage will be considered null and void by the court.
The following is a list of common grounds for annulment and a short explanation of each point: bigamy, forced consent, fraud, marriage prohibited by law, mental illness, mental incapacity, inability to consummate marriage, underage marriage, adultery, desertion and physical/emotional abuse.
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