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Writ of Annulment of Matrimony for Edward Galbraith and Katherine Galbraith née Clarke

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Writ of Annulment of Matrimony for Edward Galbraith and Katherine Galbraith née Clarke

 

We find, after reviewing a public letter authored by her, that Katherine Galbraith née Clarke did purposely abandon her erstwhile husband in sailing to Aeldin.

 

We find, upon the sworn affidavit of Edward Galbraith, his lack of marital issue, and his publicly contentious relationship with his erstwhile wife, that their putative marriage remained unconsummated for its duration. This is also affirmed by Renly Galbraith, who in a letter attests that Edward often complained privately to him of their lack of consummation. 

 

As she now resides in Aeldin, Katherine Galbraith née Clarke was unavailable to our investigation.

 

Therefore at the humble petition of Edward Galbraith, we pronounce his marital bond with Katherine Galbraith née Clarke to be annulled, and the latter shall return to her maiden surname. Both parties are free to remarry within the Canonist faith. We further enjoin each to seek spiritual counsel, and to express more diligent care in selecting a future spouse.

 

In Nomine Dei et Horenum,

High Pontiff James II

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Philip Pruvia owns a letter in response, knowing Edward to be a plain faced liar.

 

”Your Holiness, 

 

The one Katherine Galbraith returned to Helena not a year after the penning of the aforementioned letter, and has resided at one of my family’s residences in the time since. 
 

As for the issue of his failure to consummate the marriage, it is our understanding that this is wholly the issue of Mr Edward, as we have been told that even on the wed-night that he found himself unable to perform for his new bride. 


Should you wish to hear from Mrs Galbraith, you may find her at the following address: 12 Basrid Blvd. If she is unavailable, one of the Wait-Staff will kindly take a message“

 

Best Regards,

 

Philip Louis Pruvia, MHC, DCC, etc. 

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11 hours ago, SerFinnick said:

Philip Pruvia owns a letter in response, knowing Edward to be a plain faced liar.

 

”Your Holiness, 

 

The one Katherine Galbraith returned to Helena not a year after the penning of the aforementioned letter, and has resided at one of my family’s residences in the time since. 
 

As for the issue of his failure to consummate the marriage, it is our understanding that this is wholly the issue of Mr Edward, as we have been told that even on the wed-night that he found himself unable to perform for his new bride. 


Should you wish to hear from Mrs Galbraith, you may find her at the following address: 12 Basrid Blvd. If she is unavailable, one of the Wait-Staff will kindly take a message“

 

Best Regards,

 

Philip Louis Pruvia, MHC, DCC, etc. 


A response is issued via letter.

 

“Philip Louis Pruvia,

 

We are pleased to hear that Katherine Clarke has returned from her travels safely. Regardless of the cause, lack of marital consummation is a valid basis for annulment on the application of either party. We see no reason to insist that a marriage continue if there is no intention by the spouses to fulfill this requirement. If it is the case that Edward Galbraith is at fault for the lack of consummation, we would enjoin him to express more loving care for his spouse in any future union.

An annulment is a recognition that the union never truly occurred because the required elements were not met. Accordingly, from a legal perspective, she is not entitled to the surname of a man who was never truly her husband. However, the Church is concerned with this matter only insofar as it concerns the sacrament of matrimony; the legalities of surname usage are not relevant to our involvement. If Dr. Katherine wishes to keep the Galbraith family name, we would advise her to pursue this matter in a secular court, consult with Edward personally, or consider adult adoption. I will pray that God grants her whatever aid she requires.

Deo Gratias,

James II”

 

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