I got a marriage annulment in NYC back in 1992. I don't have any paperwork and do not know where it was filed. It was done by my ex-husband which I have no contact with. I am getting re-married in California and I think I will need proof of annulment. Is that correct? How do I find a Judgement of Annulment if I don't know where it was filed and I'm no longer in NY?
Go to https://iapps.courts.state.ny.us/webcivil/FCASMain and to a party search. You should be able to then find the index number after which you will be able to obtain a certified copy of the judgement.
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You need to contact the court in New York City or hire an attorney in New York to go to the courthouse and obtain your proof of annulment.
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