My question involves a marriage in the state of: Arizona
15 years ago, at 19, I was very young and dumb. A friend in the Navy wanted to move off base, and suggested we marry, so he could do so. I did so. He took me to someone he said was ordained. He had her officiate. I later learned she was not qualified to do so. Additionally, one person signed for both witnesses. At the time, I did not realize the gravity of the situation.
About a year later, I realized what a terrible decision it was, fraud included. I payed a lawyer $600, and he said because the groom was deployed, and I didn't know where, that he could arrange an annulment, without him. I was told it was finalized.
Fast forward, I am now again married. I happen to randomly think of my previous mistake, and went to look up court records. I can't find any indication that any sort of annulment was done. Additionally, I see court would have been part of the process. This never occurred. I was scammed.
Is there any way to void the first marriage? In good faith, I believe it to be annulled, under fraudulent circumstances, before remarrying.