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American Divorce

According to Art. 22, part 1 of the Family Code of the Russian Federation, a court shall dissolve a marriage if it is established that the spouses cannot live together and reconciliation is impossible. Read More »

International Divorce with Child Support

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satisfy Olga Sergeyevna XXXXXXXXXXX claim for dissolution of the marriage and recovery of child support.

dissolve the marriage between Plaintiff (Maiden name - Ivanova), born on XX March 19XX in Sakhalin Region, Russia, and Defendant, born on XX April 19XX in England, Great Britain, registered on the XXth of July 20XX at Waialae Beach Park, County of Honolulu, Oahu, marriage certificate № XXX. Read More »

International Spousal Support

Karina Duvall
If Defendant receives income in the USA, Plaintiff's chances of getting any financial assistance in Russia are close to zero. Read More »

SHOW ME THE MONEY – FINDING AND FREEZING HIDDEN ASSETS

Sarah Lucy Cooper
“Please fill in this form fully and accurately.....You have a duty to the court to give full, frank and clear disclosure of all your financial and other relevant circumstances...If you are found to have been deliberately untruthful, criminal proceedings may be brought against you for fraud under the Fraud Act 2006. The information given in this form must be confirmed by an affidavit. Proceedings for perjury may be brought against a person who makes or causes to be made, a false statement in a document confirmed by an affidavit” Read More »

PRENUPTIAL AGREEMENTS IN ENGLAND AND WALES – DO THEY BITE?

Sarah Lucy Cooper
Certain pieces of international legislation, such the European Maintenance Regulation 4/2009, do indeed provide for the prorogation ie contracting out of jurisdiction. Article 4 of the MR states in terms that the parties may choose the law applicable to spousal maintenance obligations provided that the state is one in which one of them has been habitually resident or a national at the time the agreement is concluded or the court is seised and is either a Member State of the EU or a signatory of the Lugano Convention. Importantly the MR does not provide for a prorogation of jurisdiction in terms of child maintenance, for any child under 18, which must therefore continue to be governed by the jurisdictional criteria in Article 3. Article 4 also makes it clear that any such prorogation of jurisdiction agreement should be in writing. If such an agreement forms a part of a pre-nup, again it is good practice to highlight the fact that the parties’ intention has precisely been to choose a particular jurisdiction pursuant to Article 4 as this is likely to be highly material given the vast differences in relation to the duration and level of spousal maintenance between England and most of the EU .... Read More »
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