thanks, swami. what's the OSG?
if there's collusion then the allegations in the petition will probably be bogus, allegations of psychological incapacity, for instance, even though the other spouse is perfectly sane. now, the other spouse knows that these allegations are not true but will not contest so that the annulment will be granted. other than the annulment being granted, what will be the impact of this decision to the other spouse? can the case be made public, or can someone request for the details of the case to discredit the other spouse, say, to take away his rights to see their children?
Dude, psychological incapacity does not mean insanity. It only means incapacity to comply with the essential marital obligations of the marriage. It means that at the time the spouse entered into marriage, he was not fully cognizant of the obligations that marriage entails.
So, it won't have any substantial effect to the spouse alleged to be incapacited because once declared psychologically incapacitated, it only means that at the time he got married, he was just not capable of complying with the obligations that marriage entails.
This does not mean he's a bad father. The right of the parent to visit his child is almost absolute. Lest the visitation will entail danger to the child, the right of the parent to visit will be upheld.