Annulment in Michigan is quite complicated and only occurs in rare circumstances, divorce is much more common because it is a much easier process. Annulment is a legal decree declaring a marriage void. After annulment both the spouses can remarry. The grounds for annulment in michigan are:
Given the circumstances you have described, divorce sounds like a much better option. Michigan is a "no-fault" divorce state which means that the marriage is dissolved due to 'Irretrievable Breakdown of the Marriage'. It means that there has been a breakdown of the spousal relationship to such a degree that the matrimony has been totally finished, both you and spouse are entitled to obtain divorce under this divorce ground in Michigan. Judges require only a presentation of this declaration, details aren't important.
I hope that this helps.
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