1. Normally, you would get yourself a solicitor and apply for a divorce. Essentially, you have to be "living apart" for four years before you can get a divorce in Ireland. So there is a considerable wait before you can get a divorce in Ireland. In the meantime, you can apply for an order for judicial separation if you wish which will provide you with all the same relief except the right to remarry. You can do the divorce yourself with online kits providing you with samples of how you do it yourself. However, there are always like to be difficulties if there is some unusual element or legal issue in the divorce. It makes no difference that your wife is from Turkey. However, you should also check out Turkish divorce law as you may be able to get a divorce there sooner than the four years necessary under Irish law. If your wife was resident in Turkey and lawfully sought and obtained a divorce there, then it would be recognised under Irish law. However, you do take your chances in this regard as divorce might involve different outcomes under Turkish law than under Irish law.