Problem is the Catholic church backing the process.
You can no more annul part of a family than you can be a little bit pregnant.
It's a farce to squeeze cash.
I will politely say, you have no clue whatsoever.
You seem to think annulment means "erasing" a marriage. It doesn't. I'm not going to explain it, you can/would find out for yourself if you were truly interested.
The Church makes the annulment process anything but easy.
The cost also is not much, considering a tribunal spends months or years on a case. And, if one can't afford it, it can be "dealt with".
You sound like alot of people who like to make sweeping pronouncements about the Church, when they really don't know much beyond rumors and talltales.
You don't know what you're talking about. Annulments are not a fund-raising mechanism, even if they are far too common. The Church asks applicants to cover the significant expense of processing their application. It's only fair, since not charging them means that applicants are asking other Catholics -- who gave money for other reasons -- to pay their way. Even so, in true hardship cases applicants' fees are waived.
Bottom line: annulments are available to rich and poor without distinction, and they aren't sold. OK?