Can the annulment petitioner be the most guilty?
I am going to petition my Catholic marriage that ended in a civil divorce 28 years ago.
When reviewing the application questions asked, I find that I was mostly at fault...
Is it rare for the petitioner submitting a petition of Annulment to be the primary guilty party?
In other words, I am the one that is admitting the cause for grounds on nullity, and I want this marriage to be null.
There are other issues involved concerning the respondent.
But is it valid to have the petitioner be the one that is admitting most of the fault and initiating the petition? Is this ok?
Also I am already remarried, does my current civil marriage have any bearing on the upcoming petition?
Last edited by Fr. Charles Grondin; Dec 14, '12 at 11:04 am.