UK Family Law
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Provided you have the marriage certificate to the marriage there is nothing preventing those persons petitioning in UK courts for divorce. In terms of the actually divorce petition this would only differ in that they would have to get the marriage certificate professionally translated and provide the translation and evidence of translation to prove that they were actually married.
They can petition to their local county Court. Information here:-
If there are children of the marriage or complex/significant value assets of the marriage then the parties should take specific legal advice from a divorce lawyer in their area. They can be found by using the following site:-
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