If a new convert (myself) from Protestantism was previously married to a person that was herself previously married to another person (ie, he was her second marriage), then he could file for an Annulment under a Prior Bond. Is this a quicker and easier process than using other evidence to prove invalidity of his marriage to her. BTW, all were baptized Protestants at the time of the weddings, if that matters. Also, the woman is a confessed believer, but does not attend any church and is not particularly religious. I would not expect that she would participate in the process, nor does it sound likely that her other former spouse would do so.
If this is the best way, how much more quickly can this be done? There is no intent to remarry immediately for me, I would just like to have it off my shoulders asap so I can move forward.
Any additional advice is welcome. Thanks