i'm considering an annulment are what do i need to do

May 30, 2006 9:58pm CST
Hey i got married on april 22 and my marriage is doomed and i was wondering if i could get an annulment are does it need to be a divorced
13 responses
• United States
9 Jan 07
you can still get an annulment if you can provie proof that ypu married under a false hood. like he said he wanted kids and he already had a vasectomy or something
• United States
9 Jan 07
If the marriage was consumated then you have to get a divorce
• United Arab Emirates
8 Jan 07
they say marriages are made in heavens. and marriages are made to work by us.
@killailla (1301)
• Canada
6 Jan 07
it is very very hard to get an annullment, most will be denied as there are very strict guidelines.
@ilvrshn (463)
• United States
5 Jan 07
Yes you have time to still get this done! Good Luck.
@jal1948 (1360)
• India
31 Dec 06
divorse is a precondition for annulment,as annulment by the church is not recognised in the eyes of the law unless it is followed or preceded by divorce
@utsadetti (4589)
• United States
25 Dec 06
just be patient.
@katyzzz (2902)
• Australia
17 Dec 06
If the marriage has been consummated you need a divorce. For annulment, consult solicitor and the Church you belong to , if any.
• Philippines
27 Nov 06
it needs to be divorced. 22 years is a long time to be qualified for an annulment, of course, it would depend on your country also, i think
• United States
25 Nov 06
annlments usually can be done before a certain amount of time has expired. You may want to check that time limit out for your area, or divorce it is!
@shi_2000_21 (2681)
• India
6 Oct 06
What do you mean by annulment? Please explain me first.
@sedel1027 (17852)
• United States
7 Jul 06
Are you just speaking of a legal annulment or a Catholic Church annulment? Please keep in mind it can be very hard depending on where you live to get an annulment. Is there a reason you are seeking an annulment instead of a divorce?
@Andy77 (432)
• United States
7 Jul 06
You might be able to annul your marriage. Annulment is a legal procedure by which your marriage, legally, would never have taken place. See an attorney.