This is why annulment is granted, if the ex is guilty of fornication/adultery ... its investigated and may take up to two years.who="Anthony MN"
Correct me if I'm wrong, but pentecostals accept as valid the re-marriage of a divorced person. Your denomination says that adultery or abandonment by an unbelieving spouse is grounds for divorce and re-marriage.
The Catholic Church does not allow "re-marriage" as it is contrary to Christ's teaching.
The Catholic site I quoted said that both parties are free to marry after an annulment. The persons that I know who received an annulment were remarried to Catholics IN the CC.
Jesus said that divorce and remarriage was wrong, except when a spouse was guilty of fornication.
Our culture is rapidly changing, and it is detrimental to the church, but generally Pentecostals do not accept divorce. We've not had to deal with it, and have never been party to such action.
Actually the founder of your church was an adulterous and was a divorcée.