In the name of the Russian Federation
December 27, 2018
City of St. Petersburg
The Magistrate of the judicial district of St. Petersburg, with the participation of Karina Duvall as attorney for Plaintiff, and the Defendant, Stewart, Antonina Vasilievna [the real name keeps in the secret] having considered in open court a civil case concerning the claim of Stewart, John Paul [the real name keeps in the secret] to Stewart, Antonina Vasilievna [the real name keeps in the secret] on divorce,
HAS ESTABLISHED AS FOLLOWS:
The plaintiff appealed to the judicial district of St. Petersburg with a statement of claim against the Defendant about the dissolution of the marriage with Russian wife, specifying in justification of an action that the parties are in a registered marriage since July 19, 2015, they have no children of the marriage; the marital relations are terminated, the common household is not performed, the further life together and the preservation of the family are impossible. There is no dispute regarding the division of property which is a joint property. The defendant avoids divorce in the registry offices.
The Plaintiff, duly notified about the time and place of the trial, did not appear in court, but with the application requested to consider the case in his absence, the claim was supported in full.
The Defendant Stewart, Antonina Vasilievna appeared in court, acknowledged the claims in full, explained that the marital relationship with the Plaintiff was terminated from February 28, 2016, as she moved to Russia, the common household is not performed, the reconciliation between the parties is impossible. According to the Defendant, the reason for the dissolution of the marriage is the incompatibility of the characters and points of view of the parties, moving to another country.
The court accepts the recognition of the claim by the defendant in the order of Art. 39, 173 of the Civil Procedural Code of the Russian Federation, since the recognition of the claim does not contradict the law and does not violate the rights and legitimate interests of others.
Thus, there is a mutual consent to dissolve the marriage between the international spouses.
In such circumstances, the court finds that the claim is subject to satisfaction.
According to Part 4 of Art. 198 of the Civil Procedural Code of the Russian Federation, in case of recognition of the claim by the defendant, in the reasoning part of the resolution of the court it can only be indicated the recognition of the claim and its adoption by the court.
Based on the aforesaid and guided by Art. 194-199 of the Civil Procedural Code of the Russian Federation, the Magistrate
To dissolve marriage between Stewart, John Paul [the real name keeps in the secret], a citizen of the United Kingdom and Stewart (premarital surname – Abdullaeva) Antonina Vasilievna [the real name keeps in the secret], registered on July 19, 2015 by the Department of Civil Registry Office of the Vyborgsky District Committee of the Civil Registry Office of the Government of St. Petersburg.
The judgement can be appealed to the Smolninsky Municipal Court of St. Petersburg within one month of making the final judgement by filing an appeal through judicial district of St. Petersburg.
Justice of the Peace – Signature
Justice of the Peace of the judicial district St. Petersburg
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE