Under the laws governing England and Wales in order to have grounds for divorce you must have been
The five facts 'that can be used as grounds for divorce under the English and
Because the facts for divorce are based on a single ground for divorce
The divorce laws in Scotland are significantly different from those of England and Wales. Under Scottish law, the facts applicable to proving the irretrievable breakdown of a marriage are different, and an additional ground for divorce can be used.
The alternative ground for divorce under the Scottish laws is that you or your spouse are a transsexual who has an interim gender recognition certificate. An interim gender recognition certificate can be obtained by applying to the Gender Recognition Panel and starting the process of legal recognition of your newly acquired gender.