We can’t decide this. Keeping secrets that would ruin the consent at the time the marriage was made can be grounds for annulment. However, that is something a tribunal would have to investigate. It’s not just black and white.
I… well, we don’t know the whole story, whether there’s been an affair, or anything along those lines. And you probably shouldn’t tell us those details, as they’re irrelevant to whether the marriage was valid at the time it was made. But if it’s just a matter of him experiencing SSA, he’s seeking help and committed to the marriage, and there are two kids in the picture… I can’t imagine trying to get out of it.
That’s more a gut impression. Again, I don’t know all the details, and I don’t need to know. If she feels the marriage wasn’t valid and can’t remain in it, that’s something that goes to a tribunal after she’s already separated and legally divorced.