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Question #96

Hello, and thank you for this opportunity. My wife and I are New York residents. We were married three months ago during our courtship we rarely were intimate due to religious convictions, I asked my fiance at that time on several occasions, in many ways if she had an issue with being intimate, she assured me that she only had reservations because we were not yet married and that once we were married that she would be willing to be intimate. Well, as I have stated, we have been married three months, and I have determined that this was untrue, because she refuses to be intimate. I have also discovered that she, as well as her family, have a documented history of mental illness, (paranoid schizophrenia) she refuses to accept the fact that she has psychological issues even though they have been documented. She has been admitted to emergency psychiatric care on two separate occasions, she refuses to take the medication she was prescribed, and I wonder if this situation is grounds for annulment in New York State?

If the information you provided is accurate and some people can testify that
Your wife does, in fact, have mental problems that can be documented, I believe you would have grounds for an annulment in NY.
If you are living in the NYC metro area, please call me at 212-370-1660 to arrange for a meeting to discuss the matter in greater length.

Leonard Weiner, Esq./Divorce Solutions