he has asked and asked and she denies him a divorce unless he comes back to the state they married in and he is illegal and knows her intentions of having him deported and he now has his children here in the us and wants to get his life together for the good, not the bad. please is there any help left for a man trying to do the right thing?
If he wants a divorce he needs to hire an attorney and file for divorce. Simple as that. He will not get deported for getting a divorce.
He needs to file for divorce. Without knowing more, jurisdiction might be an issue. He really needs to speak to an attorney, but he should not worry about threats from his soon to be ex-wife.
If the children are of the marriage and reside in Oklahoma, then the county the children reside in would have jurisdiction. He needs to consult and retain a family law attorney and file for divorce. He should not attempt to do this on his own. Most attorneys do phone consultations.
This answer should not prevent you from speaking to a lawyer and disclosing all facts about your case. Additionally, it should not prevent you from filing to see if you are eligible. Please seek an attorney for an initial consultation to review all the specific facts of your case.
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