(quote) Jannet-1063118 said: The annulment process can be long, as it usually passes through two settings, tribunals, as it did in my case in the Diocese of Orlando.
My aunnnlument was at a standstill, while others from my parish were having there annulments granted as they were getting married. When it got to the year and half mark, the priest at my local parish, along with my help, wrote to the tribunal to expediate my annulment as is was obvious numerous annluments were being processed because the couples were going to get married.
I suggest that my annulment should be expedited as I was not getting married, but because I want to "put" things right" seeking the annulment.
If you are still having trouble, as I see your post was in October, you could have the priest that is helping you at the local level if inquire if additional information is needed and you are awaiting the outcome of the annulment.
I don't know if this helps, but I wish you luck.
Also, I was able to read the witness statements for my annnlment, and it helped me understand what happened, and confirm what happened, also a healing part of my marriage that ended.
fact is there lot of variables unfortunately unacceptable. as i said in many of my posts marriages should be harder and annulments easier . hopefully Pope Francis will truly follow in the foot steps of Vatican Two .