Unless she is listed as a joint owner, she has no rights to your property. The fact is that your "marriage" is null and void in the eyes of the law. In other words, it is as if it never happpened. Accordingly, you can't obtain a divorce since there is no marriage to dissolve. However, to clear up any legal confusion you should still file for an annullment. At this point, you should consult directly with a local divorce or family law attorney as they can best advise you further.
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