• G'day Larrysbaby, Thank you for your question. You should see a lawyer familiar with Texas law. You can commonly get an annulment if your partner is sentenced to life: however, this might not apply given that you knew that he was sentenced to life when you married or under Texas law. Consummation is probably not a factor legally but may be in the church - whether you had sex at any time in the relationship may also be relevant. Grounds for an annulment under Texas law include: Married under the age 14 or between 14 and 18 without consent of a parent or guardian. · Married under the influence of alcohol or narcotics. · Permanent impotency. · Mental incompetence. · Married within thirty days of divorce (unless marriage to previous spouse or spouse has permission from the court). · Married due to fraud, duress or force to induce the marriage. If a marriage is to an ancestor or descendant or niece or nephew that is also grounds for an annulment. You should speak to a lawyer about it. I have attached sources for your reference. Regards Wikipedia Annulment Texas Divorce Findlaw Texas Annulment

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