Thank you for your follow-up.
Ind. Code § 31-11-9-3 governs annulments, specifically on grounds of Fraud, which is what you are alleging. In that situation you are entitled to file for an annulment but please be aware that an annulment is generally more complex than a divorce, it may be more expensive, and it can take longer.
As for compensation, my apologies on that but you cannot sue your spouse for injuries in this situation, while you can seek a divorce or an annulment, you cannot demand that he cover your costs as the courts do not consider that as a valid injury.
To best assist you I have listed the code directly below for you for your research and review:
Indiana Code - Section 31-11-9-3: Fraud
A marriage is voidable if the marriage was brought about through fraud on the part of one (1) of the parties to the marriage. As added by P.L.1-1997, SEC.3.
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