I hope that this response will be truthfully compassionate and compassionately true. May I say first that I’m not unaware of wives suffering from their husbands (I personally know of two women who were battered by their respective husbands. Both of these women now are separated from their husbands, but only one got a court order).
Be that as it may, legal solutions such as annulment and legal separation have their uses. For one, they free a battered wife from an abusive husband. But legal solutions can only do so much. They are designed for justice and not for love, though one must give justice with love. As such, they only cater to that which is due. And, indeed, it is due for the wife to be freed from her abusive husband. But it is not her due, if she does not obtain an annulment, to marry another one. If she marries again after an annulment, it would actually be the first marriage because the first marriage was not actually a marriage; it was null and void. If she marries again without an annulment of the first marriage, this new marriage is not a real one but an adultery. As I have said, legal solutions can only go so far.