UK Family Law
UK Family Law Questions Answered by Verified Experts
Firstly you and your wife are habitually resident in the UK. I am presuming in England or
Wales. Therefore you should check the box
Article 3(1) of the Council Regulation (EC) No 2201/2003 of 27 November 2003
then check the box
The Petitioner and Respondent are both habitually resident in England and Wales.
This should be enough to satisfy the court that they have jurisdiction.
In terms of your grounds for divorce what you state, if true, is easily sufficient to
claim 'Unreasonable behaviour'. I wish you good luck sir
This is going to be slightly more difficult. I see no reason why the certificates will stand.
They are the 'Original Certificates' - however for the UK court to accept them they will need to be translated.
I think it would be best to take the documents to a local solicitor and ask them if they provide a translation service
sufficient for the transcript to be accepted by the court.
This is a link to the Law Society and a list of solicitors in your area
Best give a few a call explain your situation as set out so far - then get quoted on cost.
Best of luck