We are close relatives who are not allowed to marry under the law. (RCW 26.04.020)
One or both of us was not old enough to get married legally. We did not have legal
permission from a court or parent. We did not voluntarily live together as a couple
(cohabit) after we were both old enough to legally marry.
One or both of us was legally married to or the registered domestic partner of
another person at the time we married each other.
At the time we married, one or both of us was unable to understand what it meant
(lacked capacity to consent) either because of mental incapacity or the influence of
alcohol, drugs, or other substances. We did not voluntarily live together as a couple
(cohabit) after we both were able to understand and agree to be married.
One of us married because of pressure, force, or fraud. We did not voluntarily live
together as a couple (cohabit) after the pressure or force stopped, or after finding out
about the fraud
We were not married in Washington State. According to the laws of the place where
we were married, our marriage is void or voidable. We have not done anything to
validate our marriage according to the laws of:
the place where we were married, or
any place where we lived after leaving the place where we were married.