Thank you. Marriages in CA can only be annuled if they were invalid to begin with or if they meet one of the few reasons to make them void od voidable.
Marriages in California are never valid if they involve:
• Incest: Marriage is illegal between any full or half blood relatives, including parents and children, aunts and nephews, uncles and nieces, brothers and sisters, etc.
• Bigamy: Marriage is illegal between two people if one of them has a living domestic partner at the time unless the previous marriage was annulled or dissolved prior to the current marriage.
Marriages can be considered “void” or “voidable” in California if:
• The marriage was of force, or fraud, or one of the spouses suffered from a physical or mental incapacity.
• One of the spouses was under the age of 18 and failed to receive proper parental consent
• One of the spouses was already married or in a domestic partnership.
Cheating after marriage would not be a reason to qualify for an annulment. You would have to go through the divorce process. If you file for divorce before you leave the country and you plan to take your daughter with you, you may run into trouble. Both parents have to sign off on Passport forms unless your daughter already has one. If you file for divorce, the court may order you not to take your daughter out of the country. In any case, you are going to need to be in the country for the legal proceding, to file paperwork, and everything in between. Thus, I would not file anything until I returned. If you have any more quesitons, please just let me know. If not, would you kindly leave me a positive service rating at this time? It will cost you nothing further to do but ensures that the site will compensate me. Thanks so much!