Laws will vary state to state, but under the facts that are stated above, an annulment is not likely. I would suggest you contact an attorney in your area for representation.
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Based in the information provided, it is unlikely that you will be able to get a legal annulment. However, as Attorney Stassin indicated, you should speak to an attorney in your county to determine whether an annulment is possible.
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I am not licensed in Pennsylvania, however it does not appear that you would be entitled to an annulment of your marriage. Go speak to a family law attorney near you to discuss your matter in more detail. It is likely you will need to file for divorce.
it is unlikely that that you would be entitled to an annulment of your marriage. Consult with a local matrimonial attorney. It is likely you will need to file for divorce and deal with supporting and property distribution issues.
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