In Scotland the basis for divorce is that your marriage has irretrievably broken down and there is no prospect of reconciliation. This can be established on the basis that either you have been separated from your spouse for a period of two years, one year and your spouse consents, the unreasonable behaviour of your spouse or adultery by your spouse.
In order to obtain a divorce in Scotland you are required to make an application to the court. The procedure will be dependent upon your own particular circumstances including whether or not you have any children under the age of 16 years. We are on hand to provide advice in regard to the correct procedure and to provide information on the procedure and the costs involved as matters progress.