Is there such thing as "Right love in a wrong time"?
April 14, 2011 12:25am CST
I knew a friend who was in love with somebody else and he's already married and with child. He planned to file an annulment to his wife just to be with the other girl. He's madly in love with her. But unfortunately, he had no valid grounds for annulment. He's still hoping that someday they will be together in the right time. What's your comment?
14 Apr 11
I rather say its the hardest decision for your friend to make.Simply because if her legal wife will find out she can accused your friend of adultery for sure he really be force to face trial..second if he doesn't have grounds for annulment definitely the court will not give attention to the case..But i hope your friend think it over first for him not to make a mistake again..
14 Apr 11
Hmm though there is no valid grounds for that, he could always make one which is psychological incapacity. Nowadays you just have to spend a lot of money to get annulled. Find a good lawyer, befriend a judge where your civil case was ruffled and then pay a good psychologist to testify regarding your ground. If he claims to really love her and she feels the same, there's always a way to be together no matter how difficult it would be. Love will see them through if what they have for each other is true. However, if the guy is just saying that he couldn't get an annulment because there's no valid grounds, i won't believe him at all.