Rose will expertly guide you.
Rose Sweet advocates for the truth.
When shared life ends with civil divorce, the Church helps parties determine if there was some grave defect in their marital consent. It’s a complex, deeply personal, and oft-misunderstood topic that deserves sensitivity and lack of quick judgment. Every case is unique. Drawing on the wisdom of the Church can guide both parties, and their families, to move forward in truth, clarity, and charity.
For those who want to defend their marriage bond as valid
You don’t want an annulment (Declaration of Nullity) but someday your spouse may seek one, so it’s best to be prepared. In a consulting role, she’ll explain the principles and the process and how to best participate. She can also assist you in facing the difficulties of trying to live faithfully when the world is telling you to move on. A rich, full, and happy life is possible. Contact Rose for a free consultation.
For those who believe they may have cause for nullity
Rose can assist you in understanding the principles and process of finding and supporting (if possible) a defect in your marriage consent (when you said “I do.”) Was something vital to marriage missing or preventing a valid bond from forming on the wedding day? Addictions, conditions, grave fear, or force? Acting as your consultant, Rose walks with you to help clear up the confusion. Contact Rose for a free consultation.
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Rose has served for over a decade in dioceses that include Oakland, Monterey, San Diego, Hawaii, and more. She’s the author of an easy-to-understand BOOK that will guide parties in the process. While there’s no guarantee of the hoped-for outcome, properly preparing and engaging in the process will bring great healing, forgiveness, acceptance, closure, wisdom, and grace–no matter the final decision.
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