A question on petitioning for an Anullment


#1

So it looks like I’m going to be going through the process for a second time of seeing if my marriage is valid.
The first was found invalid.
Does anyone know if the tribuneral will use material from the first petition? I had written out many pages and don’t have a copy ,but I’m guessing they could be held at the parish office …I really don’t know…


#2

Why are you going through this again if a decision has been rendered?


#3

Sorry, just to clarify,my first marriage was found invalid,
this is the second marriage.


#4

Perhaps @TheLittleLady may know ?


#5

You need to speak with someone at the Tribunal office.


#6

Ok,thank you :slight_smile:


#7

Is the second marriage to a different person?


#8

Yes it is Dlee.


#9

So your on marriage #3 now?


#10

No :slight_smile: My husband of my second marriage has asked for divorce and is going to petition.


#11

Oh, so sorry to hear about that. Marriage is so difficult in today’s age. It almost takes a miracle for marriages to last a lifetime.


#12

Thanks.Oh well,i have enough people in my life who have very good catholic marriages ,so that is encouraging.


#13

well, I don’t know for sure, but in my opinion, I would think not, since it’s a different marriage with a different person. So it’s like an entire new case to them


#14

It will be interesting to find out .As I petitioned last time it was very very helpful ,and if my husband petitions it will also help him greatly


#15

Speak to fiona, she will set you on the right path.

:pray::dove:


#16

They will be starting a new case with new testimony and new witnesses.


#17

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