It doesn't matter that both spouses consent to an annulment. You would have to probably prove to a court that he was of unsound mind. A good discussion of the grounds for annulment are here: http://www.courts.ca.gov/1037.htm#legal
Even though you ask for annulment, there would still be other issues that come with a divorce, such as custody, visitation, and support, and division of assets.
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