The Plaintiff filed a divorce case, having noted that on 2017 he registered the marriage with the Defendant. The marriage was registered by the Civil Status Registration Office. Upon marriage registration, the Defendant retained her surname at marriage. They have no common children. There are no property disputes. The family life has failed. After the dated of marriage registration in 2017, they lived together no more than 10 months. Currently, they live separately, and the marriage has outlived its usefulness. Divorce under an administrative procedure is impossible since the spouse avoids visiting Civil Status Registration authorities. However, the uncertainty in their family status prevents the Plaintiff from having its family life. It is requested to divorce between the parties.
The Plaintiff failed to attend the Court, but asked to consider the lawsuit in his absence. He insists on the claims under the lawsuit in full volume.
At the court session, the Plaintiff’s attorney Karina Duvall insists on the claims under the lawsuit in full volume. Having confirmed the grounds and arguments described in the lawsuit. No reconciliation between the parties was reached. They lived together from June 2017 no more than 10 months. They have different visions of life. There is also a territorial remoteness.
At the court session, Defendant agreed with the claims of the lawsuit.
The Court - having listened to the parties, studied the case files, assessed the totality of provided evidences, taking into account that the Court had earlier provided a period for reconciliation of the spouses, however, the parties failed to reach a reconciliation, - considers that the divorce claims shall be satisfied pursuant to Articles 16, 21, 23 and 160 of the Family Code of the Russian Federation.
It is established before the court session that it is impossible to save the marriage.