The case of the day is Daskin v. Knowles (Del. 2018). The wife was a dual citizen of the US and Greece. She and the husband, a Greek citizen, married in Delaware in 1990 and lived together in Greece until 2015. In 2015, the wife moved back to Delaware permanently due to marital problems. She filed a divorce petition in Delaware in 2017. The substantive issue raised by the husband was whether, in light of her back-and-forth travel, the wife had resided in Delaware for the requisite period of time before seeking divorce. If not, then the Delaware Family Court lacked jurisdiction. But the Letters Blogatory issue was whether service by mailing and publication, under a Delaware statute was sufficient.