You have no grounds for an annulment in Virginia. You can get a divorce after a six month separation if you have a written Agreement. You could see what is available under California law since he is a resident there.
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In Virginia, there are very limited grounds for an annulment and not having lived together is not one of the grounds. From your question, I do not see any valid grounds for an annulment in Virginia. You could file for a no fault divorce after you have been separated for six months if you have a written separation agreement that has been signed by both of you. You will also need to have lived in Virginia for 6 months before filing. I would be happy to help you with the separation agreement and divorce action if you want to give my office a call at 340-3100.
Both of you can go the Navy Legal Assistance, have them help you prepare a separation agreement, and then wait the six months so you can file in VA.
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