Excerpt from the article by Edward Peters, JD, JCD, Ref. Sig. Ap.
Some notes on Cdl. Burke’s EWTN interview
At approx. 18:50, Burke makes an important observation on the “complexity” of the annulment process, namely, that the process is, for the most part, only as complex as are the situations that the process is meant to assess. If life (including its legal aspects) were simple, then living life (and settling its legal questions) would also be simple. He makes the same point at approx. 19:30, calling for more people to be trained in canon law.