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Who filed for divorce first?
And where are you all habitually resident?
In that case the English courts will have jurisdiction as you live here and he filed for divorce first. You cannot have two sets of divorce proceedings running at the same time, so it is the first in line that takes precedence, based on whether or not you are entitled to divorce here. The latter is a matter of fact given you live here.
No, not unless your husband withdraws his divorce application here.
You cannot get divorced in Jordan if there are proceedings taking place here. If it is progressed and goes through it will simply be invalid.
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