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International Divorce - my ex wife lives in Poland and I live in Asia (alimony)


Shitonya Brits
21 Apr 2019 #31
Always the drama queen and always jealous.

I can understand the drama queen part.

But what would a married woman always need to be jealous of?

Didn't you make that much money compared to your neighbours?

Did the novelty of your marriage flicker out and you began looking at other women?
OP Intl Divorce
22 Apr 2019 #32
some women just constantly see other women as threats, so there doesn't need to be a deeper reason. To be honest, I think she married me for the money, then was pissed when I wouldn't let her spend it. Ha
terri 1 | 1,634
22 Apr 2019 #33
That's about right. She saw your bank balance and not you and didn't like the idea of another woman taking it away from her. Gold digger and nothing else.
mac1419
15 Oct 2019 #34
Does anyone know how a divorced polish woman living in Scotland can change her surname back to her maiden name please ?
Its fairly straightforward for UK nationals, but I cant find anything about foreign nationals living in the UK.
thank you
Atch 17 | 2,915
15 Oct 2019 #35
Basically she'll need to change her passport anyway. She should contact the passport office of the Polish consulate in Scotland for the details.
jgrabner 1 | 71
15 Oct 2019 #36
How did she change her name in the first place? In (all of the anglo world/common law jurisdictions?) Scotland, there is no official process required (or even possible, because she is not in the national birth register), you just do it. So the same method applies backwards: after the divorce, you just use the old name again. If somebody asks, just show the document (marriage or divorce certificate).

nrscotland.gov.uk/registration/recording-change-of-forename-and-surname-in-scotland
mac1419
15 Oct 2019 #37
thank you for your answers, yes I agree it is easily done as a UK national, but the problem is indeed the passport.
she took her husbands name when they were married in Poland then came here to live around 12 years ago.
Atch 17 | 2,915
15 Oct 2019 #38
If somebody asks, just show the document (marriage or divorce certificate).

Yes, she can just revert to using her maiden name but any ID needs to have the same name as the one she uses, so she has to have her passport changed.

the problem is indeed the passport.

If she has her birth certificate and her divorce papers, there should be no problem in getting her name changed on her passport. Just contact the Polish consulate.
jgrabner 1 | 71
15 Oct 2019 #39
ah, how to change the name in Poland, well, she can read polish, so this: obywatel.gov.pl/malzenstwo/nazwisko-panienskie-wroc-do-nazwiska-noszonego-przed-slubem
she has to hurry though, after 3 months past the divorce she is stuck with her new name, or at least it will be more difficult to change the name thereafter.


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