I'm not married, I've never been married, never wanted to be married, never will be married.
I have no kids, never had kids, never wanted kids, never will have kids.
So the recent freeing up of the annulment process makes no difference to me. I'm not sure why it makes a lot of difference to anyone, except maybe those who have been abandoned by a spouse or have been divorced, or need to leave a bad marriage - and only then if they either desire an annulment - or object to the the former spouse seeking an annulment. (I think the reforms are good BTW.)
My only real concern would be the kids.
What about the kids?
Divorce is hard on kids.
Annulment has to be too.
They're not 'bastards' - but they might feel like they are.
Remember the kids.