I want to try to get an annulment, but my ex-wife has already informed me that if I do, she will not cooperate with the marriage tribunal. She is taking this position out of spite, of course, because she wants to prevent me from remarrying in the Church. His former wife is aware that he intends to seek an annulment of their marriage, and she says she will refuse to cooperate with the tribunal. The tribunal obviously cannot force her to participate in the annulment process against her will. Can that be done? If so, how does it work?
ROME — Pope Francis has sped up the process by which Catholics can obtain marriage annulments, reducing the number of courts and judges, dropping automatic appeals, and making the process free. Under the rules, Catholics whose relationships break down and who wish to marry someone else in the Church must first obtain an annulment.
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