Can a person who gets an annulment get married in the church explain?
If someone has been married previously and the first spouse is still alive, he or she must have received a Declaration of Nullity before entering into a marriage in the Catholic Church, even if neither party in the marriage was Catholic (privilege of faith being separate cases).
Do both spouses have to agree to an annulment?
The Decree of Annulment is the final order that includes all the terms of the annulment. If both parties are signing the Decree: The Decree of Annulment must include all of the agreements between you and your spouse. You both must sign the Decree of Annulment.
What happens if you marry someone who is already married?
In cultures where monogamy is mandated, bigamy is the act of entering into a marriage with one person while still legally married to another. A legal or de facto separation of the couple does not alter their marital status as married persons.
How long can you be married to have an annulment?
Generally, there is no period of time (e.g., three years, ten years) after the marriage by which an annulment must be sought. Practical considerations, however, might make obtaining an annulment earlier, rather than later, a prudent idea.