Possibly. There must be some impediment which is construed as fraud. Yet it sounds like you may have known everything prior to marriage, but it's difficult to tell.. See an attorney to discuss your specific situation.
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I agree with my colleague. It is difficult to get an annulment, as the criteria are very precise. It would be up to the court to decide whether misinformation amounts to fraud. You want to consult with a family law attorney to evaluate the situation.
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