What is an annulment?
Annulment is a legal procedure within secular and religious legal systems for declaring a marriage null and void. In legal terminology, an annulment makes a void marriage or a voidable marriage null.
How do I prove my marriage is not consummated?
There are two modes: One is oral evidence and another is documentary. Bring all those as witness who can testify that marriage has not been consummated. Secondly, if there is any communication with wife which shows that or hints at that can be submitted. Lastly, her cross examination would be vital.
What is the difference between annulment and declaration of nullity in Philippine law?
A declaration of nullity of marriage applies to marriages which are void. Void Marriages are considered as having never been taken place, they are void from the very beginning. On the other hand, Annulment applies to a marriage that is valid until otherwise declared by the court annulled.