Will I qualify for an annulment as opposed to a divorce and in what state?

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My husband (then fiancee) moved to NJ in 09/08 and still resides there. I stayed here in WI until we sold our home. We got married in 10/09. We just closed on our home this week (short sale). I will be moving to VA in April. Will we qualify for an annulment instead of a divorce? There are no children. There are no assets. Where should we file? NJ, WI or VA? Will it be faster to get an annulment or a divorce? Which will be less expensive?

Answered 7 years ago| Contributor
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