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Divorce by consent

JUDGMENT
IN THE NAME OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION


September 17, 2012


The Justice of the Peace of Judicial District № XXX of the XXXXX Judicial Circuit, Moscow Region, in the presence of the Secretary,

in the absence of the Plaintiff and the plaintiff’s attorney acting by virtue of the power of attorney, Karina Krasnova, who applied for trial of the case in her and the plaintiff’s absence, in the presence of the Defendant,

in open court considered the civil case initiated on the grounds of the action for divorce brought by XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX against XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX, and


DISCOVERED THAT: Read More »

DEFAULT DIVORCE

DEFAULT JUDGMENT
IN THE NAME OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION

29 December 2012

The Justice of the Peace of Judicial District № XX, in the presence of the Secretary
having notified the parties
in open court considered the civil case initiated on the grounds of the action for divorce brought by XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX against XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX, and Read More »

About Russian Divorce

Karina Krasnova
Pursuant to Russian law, pension funds of the spouses, education earned by each of the spouses during their marriage, licenses held by the spouses, corporations and business entities registered abroad are defined as non-marital or separate property.
Furthermore, Russian courts have no jurisdiction over real estate located abroad. Pursuant to Article 30 part 1 of the Code of Civil Procedure of the Russian Federation, disagreements and any claims concerning real estate property including but not limited to rights to land, subsoil, properties, both residential and non-residential, structures, construction projects and other objects making an integral part of the land (as a property) are subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the location of the real estate property. Thus, the issue of the division of the entire marital property has never been decided. It is worth noting that there are no international treaties between the Russian Federation and Unites States on legal assistance in civil and family matters. Read More »

Recognition of Foreign Divorces

Healy O’Connor
Under Irish law, foreign divorces are recognised if both spouses were domiciled resident in the particular jurisdiction or state of the court granting the divorce at the date of the beginning of the proceedings.

The law concerning the recognition of foreign divorces
The Domicile and Recognition of Foreign Divorces Act, 1986 governs the recognition of foreign divorces. In addition, Brussels II bis provides a uniform set of rules for automatic recognition of divorces, separation and nullities granted in the courts in other EU Member States. Read More »

NEBRASKA SUPREME COURT HOLDS IN BOCK V. DALBEY THAT STATE TRIAL COURT LACKS DISCRETION TO ORDER THE PARTIES TO FILE A JOINT FEDERAL INCOME TAX RETURN

By Robert S. Steinberg, Attorney, CPA, CVA
My two Tax Wars Blog(www.steinbergtaxlaw.wordpress.com) posts on October 6, 2011 discussed and criticized the Nebraska Court of Appeals decision (Bock v. Dalbey, 19 Neb. App. 210, 809 N.W.2d 785 (2011)), upholding a trial court’s order requiring Mathew Bock and Jennifer Dalbey, divorced in August 2010, to file joint federal income tax returns for the years 2008 and 2009. They were married in 2006 and had filed jointly for the year 2007. Dalbey did not want to file a joint return with her former spouse although the election to file jointly was available to them because they were married on December 31 of 2008 and December 31, 2009, the dates which determine marital status for those years. The lower court had ordered Bock to pay the tax on the joint return and filing jointly would have produced a lower tax liability for him than would have resulted on a Married Filing Separate Return. But Dalbey had little income and signing the joint return would have subjected her to joint and several liability for her former husband’s tax liability if he did not pay the tax due on the return or was assessed additional taxes on audit. Dalbey appealed the Court of Appeal’s ruling upholding the trial court’s order that the spouses file a joint return. Read More »
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