Q: I married a woman in Ecuador. I separated from her and I am a U.S. citizen. On a business trip to Ecuador, I met another
woman, whom I brought briefly to the U.S. and married in Florida believing that I was legally able to do so because Ecuador has no jurisdiction in the States and vice-versa. Both my Ecuador-married wife and the woman I married in Florida agree that an annulment is necessary for the second marriage to do things legally.
Some advice please
A: I suggest that you get to an attorney for a full discussion as opposed to admitting to crime on a public forum.
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