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It involves a lot more time and energy and is not a guarantee, though it seems that many people do receive them.
In this type of situation, generally speaking, it is not clear as to whether the marriage will be declared a nullity, but rather such marriages are presumed valid.
I posted this in r/Catholicism as well, but thought it might be more appropriate here.
I know non-Catholic marriages are presumed to be valid.
So are Catholics unable to date divorced non-Catholics?
I know that the non-Catholic person would be required to receive an annulment before marriage, but since they are presumed to be married, would it be sinful to date without an annulment?
This is likely because the concept of dating is relatively new and many may even disagree as to what it means.
Keeping in mind that the average national divorce rate for second marriages is around 75%, waiting until the timing is right to consider a new relationship may be especially prudent.I'm not as concerned about why she got a divorce. As far as I can tell:(1) If we presume that their marriage is valid (and I think we are supposed to), then you are not permitted to do anything with them that you would not be permitted to do with any other married person.(2) You cannot date a married person.Conclusion: you cannot date the divorced Protestant.You are not breaking their marriage or your own vows.I would say it is a hard moral judgement for yourself. I dated a Protestant guy who got a divorce from a woman.