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Ronald wrote:

Hi, guys —

I was married twenty-eight years when my wife ran off with another man. I did not want to get a divorce but had no choice in the matter. I have no plans to ever get married again but have been thinking about getting an annulment. I have been divorced for five years.

  • Do you feel I should go through the annulment process now?
  • Is it a waste of time and effort if one has no plans to marry again?

Ronald

  { If she left me, would going through an annulment be a waste of time if I have no plans to marry? }

Eric replied:

Hi, Ronald —

If you ever need it, it's easiest to do it now, while the witnesses and information are fresh and available.

Eric

Mary Ann replied:

Ronald —

  • Do you have some reason to believe your marriage was invalid?

If you have some reason, then it would not be a waste of time to seek an annulment.

Mary Ann

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