Yes most likely, but it is the same process as getting a dissolution of marriage and you should talk with an attorney about pros and cons of one vs the other.
You would likely qualify under the statute for an annulment assuming you plead and your husband agrees with this assertion as it is unusual and therefore may be hard to believe or prove. The pleadings may also be very embarrassing to your husband. Why not just take the high road and file for divorce and simply cite irreconcilable differences as this is a no-fault divorce state.
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You might be able to get an annulment, depending on the details, and it might be advisable for you to get a divorce rather than an annulment. This is something you should discuss with a divorce attorney.
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