If anyone has any insight into this I’d appreciate it. I’m seeking a full blown annulment - I’ve got my end of things covered. The person who is a potential spouse tho has the following history:
-married a protestant in a civil ceromony (with possibly a later protestant church service too)
-Not a church-goer now
Is she a candidate for the Lack of Form route? Or does her having been “confirmed” as a Lutheran make her a Lutheran now and not a Catholic marrying outside the Catholic Church (and without dispensation from the bishop)?
There are so many variations in the rules but I’ve yet to come across one like this.