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Justice has nothing to do with it. You will not get any more "justice", whatever reasons you put. By leaving this out you are not being dishonest, so long as your other reasons are true - you are simply choosing the most useful information to achieve your goal. There''s nothing unjust or dishonest about that.
@cookie2 , you guessed it right , I have loads of reasons.
But I would like to be as honest as possible as I am believe that justice exists in this country.
A UK judge does not give 2 short ships about "cultural differences". All he cares about is whether you have a valid divorce petition or not. If you have, then the divorce will be granted.
Can a UK judge will be satisfied with my arguments , given the cultural differences involved.
A UK judge also does not care what is and is no legal in another country. It does not matter if she replies or signs the documents. If you want a divorce, then you can get one. If she will not cooperate then it will be more difficult for you, but you will win. You cannot be forced to remain married against your will.
she has vowed that she will never give me divorce , which is perfectly legal in her country.
Yes, but this is normally only done if there is a flight risk. Normally you would let the court send them and see if she replies (you never know).
Can I ask the UK court to deliver me the Petition so that I will deliver her via professional process server ?