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To get an annulment, you need to prove that your marriage is either void or voidable and that this is the reason you're asking for an annulment. You can't get an annulment just because your marriage was very short.
If you weren't legally allowed to marry in the first place and the state will never approve such a marriage, it's called a void marriage. If you weren't legally permitted to marry because of a particular problem, but the state will allow you to choose to remain married, you have a voidable marriage.
Your marriage is void if:
Your marriage is voidable if:
If you don’t want your marriage annulled and your spouse has requested an annulment because the marriage is voidable, you can request to affirm the marriage, which means you're asking the court to declare that you're still married.