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    • laura and ian
      CommentAuthorlaura and ian
      Got married 3 years ago
      Posted: Jul 14th 2010
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    Well me and h2b found the church we want to get married in but as u all know he is a divorcee so we spoke to the priest and he basically said that he would marry us but we need to get the annulment first so we foned our local church ( the church we want to get married in is not our local church ) and spoke to the priest at our local church and we have an appointment saturday morning at 10am so fingers crossed we can get it sorted, down side to it is that we was told that it might take upto 2 years the upside to it is that we have got 3 years till we get married but it would only leave us a year to sort everything out, do u think its possible or would i have to start looking at things before hand??

    p.s. sorry to ramble on lol
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    • diddy-ragdoll
      CommentAuthordiddy-ragdoll
      Got married 9 years ago
      Posted: Jul 14th 2010
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    i think a year is plenty of time to get things planned hun i have done nearly all of our planning and i still have a year left. so yea you will have plenty of time xxx
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    • GregorysGirl
      CommentAuthorGregorysGirl
      Got married 10 years ago
      Posted: Jul 14th 2010
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    a year should be fine, you can still get all the little things in advance that are inexpensive like place cards, favour boxes etc. that is what i did anyway, and they are still stored away ready for our wedding in 2 years, lol. there is no harm in looking around at venues though, there are so many that it is good to narrow it down to a few that you really love, and when the time comes you just have to check availability for your day! simples :) x

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    • Mrs (Dove) Pidgeon
      CommentAuthorMrs (Dove) Pidgeon
      Got married 10 years ago
      Posted: Jul 14th 2010
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    You can do everything like venue etc- just find one where you could have a civil ceremony if necessary.

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    • Roxii
      CommentAuthorRoxii
      Got married 7 years ago
      Posted: Jul 14th 2010
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    Well, you know you're going to get married, so there are some things you can get not... favour tags, invites, save the date cards, favour boxes, ect.. things that aren't going to go off or need altering closer to the time! plus it takes the expense away from when you're buying all the things closer to the time! :) xx

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    • Mrs Turps (Nicpep)
      CommentAuthorMrs Turps (Nicpep)
      Got married 10 years ago
      Posted: Jul 14th 2010
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    I'm lost. He is divorced but you want to get his marriage annuled? I dont think you can if he is divorced

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    • Mrs (Dove) Pidgeon
      CommentAuthorMrs (Dove) Pidgeon
      Got married 10 years ago
      Posted: Jul 14th 2010
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    Nic- you can be divorced but still married in the eyes of the church, esp Catholic.

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    • shellay
      CommentAuthorshellay
      Got married 9 years ago
      Posted: Jul 14th 2010
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    hi, if its a catholic church its a long process, i went through the first stage of the process, about 8 hours of meetings and lengthy questions about my entire life starting from when i was a child right up until i got divorced, for the application and then they told me it would have to go to a court process and i would need witnesses and it would cost me at least £250 and could take at least a year if not longer to go through and could not book a date or anything until it went through, so we decided on civil ceremony in the end, they were very nice people though, but we could not afford the money or the time or the emotions of it all x

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    • Mrs Turps (Nicpep)
      CommentAuthorMrs Turps (Nicpep)
      Got married 10 years ago
      Posted: Jul 14th 2010
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    Ah you mean an annulment as in a religious one and not a legal one? You see I'm just confused lol

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    • doangels74
      CommentAuthordoangels74
      Got married 10 years ago
      Posted: Jul 14th 2010
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    glad someone asked cos i was confused too............(not that it takes much to confuse me)
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    • laura and ian
      CommentAuthorlaura and ian
      Got married 3 years ago
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    we have decided on a venue to have wedding breakfast/reception and they do do civil ceremonys thankfully and bloody hell shellay didnt realise they did all that not sure what to do now :-/ i really do want to get married in a church as my nan passed away a few years ago and it would make me feel like she was there with me on the day but seems about of a hassle
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    • Roxii
      CommentAuthorRoxii
      Got married 7 years ago
      Posted: Jul 14th 2010
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    Laura your nan will be with you where ever you get married sweetie! xx

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    • laura and ian
      CommentAuthorlaura and ian
      Got married 3 years ago
      Posted: Jul 14th 2010
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    i know but i havent got anything of hers and she loved going to church so i thought by getting married there she would be there, im stupid i know :-(
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    • Roxii
      CommentAuthorRoxii
      Got married 7 years ago
      Posted: Jul 14th 2010
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    You're not stupid, and the idea of it isn't stupid either.. I think you should still go for it, as in your heart it's what you want.. And who cares if it takes longer than you thought, you are still going to be with H2B and you will still love each other just as much!
    I just thought I'd point out that she'll be with you no matter what you decide to do hun! ((hugs)) xx

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    • shellay
      CommentAuthorshellay
      Got married 9 years ago
      Posted: Jul 14th 2010
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    it was a very emotional experience, you have to dig deep and tell the ruth, i wouldnt go through the first stage again, near mind the rest of it, but it depends what you want to do, we are having memorial candles for our dads as they cannot be there x

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    • FrancescaH25
      CommentAuthorFrancescaH25
      Posted: Sep 6th 2016
     
    Hi, hoping someone can help. Did anyone be granted an annulment? If so, on what grounds? I didn't realise how much was involved in this, my Fiancé is non catholic and non baptised and is legally divorced from his ex wife who is also non catholic. However I am catholic and baptised. If anyone can help it would be greatly appreciated.
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    • InDreamland
      CommentAuthorInDreamland
      Got married 8 years ago
      Posted: Sep 6th 2016
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    As you have opened another thread on this and this is an old one it will now be closed.

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