Thank you for your reply.
Annulment may not be an option. Annulment is only possible if one or more of the following is true:
Incestuous: when the people who are married or in a registered domestic partnership
are close blood relatives; or
Bigamous: where a spouse or domestic partner is already married to or in a registered domestic partnership with someone else.
Age at the time of marriage
or domestic partnership: the party filing for the annulment was under 18 years old at the time of the marriage or domestic partnership.
Prior existing marriage or domestic partnership: Either party was already legally married or in a registered domestic partnership. This is different from bigamy (which is automatically illegal) because, in this case, the marriage or domestic partnership took place after the former spouse or domestic partner was absent for 5 years and not known to be living or generally thought to be dead.
Unsound mind: either party was of “unsound mind” or unable to understand the nature of the marriage or domestic partnership, including the obligations that come with it.
Fraud: Either party got married or registered the domestic partnership as a result of fraud. The fraud must have been about something vital to the relationship that directly affected why the party who was deceived agreed to the marriage or domestic partnership. Some examples are marrying only to get a green card or hiding the inability to have children.
Force: either party consented to getting married or filing a domestic partnership as a result of force.
Physical incapacity: the parties got married or registered a domestic partnership while 1 of them was "physically incapacitated" (basically, it means that one of the spouses or partners was physically incapable of consummating the relationship) and the incapacity continues and appears to be "incurable."
As such, unless any of the above applies, someone in your situation would have to get an actual DIVORCE. See HERE:www.courts.ca.gov/selfhelp-divorce.htm
The issue is that you do not know how to get him served since you do not have his address. Also, he lives in Egypt. Therefore, this requires very nuances actions under possibly both Hague convention agreements as well as alternative process request from the Court. You would have to use counsel to effect this divorce if you want it done quicker, or risk being bogged down in legal matters and have the divorce stretch out for a long time if you do this yourself.
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