On Dec. 8, 2015, Pope Francis launched a jubilee year of mercy, one feature of which was the issuance of rules that make the Catholic annulment process easier, cheaper and quicker. The Pope’s new rule “fast-tracks” annulments for couples where neither spouse is contesting the annulment.

But couples who benefit from these rules might still face obstacles under New York law.

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