I assume from your question that there are no children and none expected. In cases of short term marriages, such as the one you describe, the courts will consider the fact that the parties have only then married for a few months and will allocate the marital property accordingly. There will probably be some allocation of money for spousal support in the event the wife is not presently working, but it will be temporary to provide her the necessary tools in the workplace to become self-supporting.
Annulment is granted only one specific grounds, as I have described in detail in an earlier question, and I suggest you read some of the earlier questions and answers regarding annulment. I do not believe that the situation you describe above would qualify for an annulment.
Leonard M. Weiner, Esq./Divorce Solutions