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How to get divorce with Russians

Karina Duvall
What do you need for a divorce? First at all, please keep my contacts in your phone book. I am available by email 24/7. What else do you need? I need your marriage certificate (with apostille, if applicable). I will obtain it for you in Russia, United States, or any other country. I also need names and addresses of both parties. I can find address of Defendant, if you do not know it. I need a power of attorney which I will prepare for you. You do not need to have reason for divorce because a marriage is a voluntary union of a man and a woman; therefore you can divorce your spouse no matter what. Read More »

ACTUAL PROBLEMS OF THE UKRAINIAN CITIZENSHIP

Karina Duvall
However, many people are faced with necessity to confirm that they don’t have Ukrainian citizenship (judges, militarians, government officials who cannot have dual citizenship; convins who risk falling under procedure of denaturalization and deportation).

I am helping to proof it by my own legal opinion (my expertise) and many other legal ways. Read More »

Russian Woman Convicted Of Parental Kidnapping, Extortion

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WICHITA, KAN. – A jury returned guilty verdicts today in the federal trial of a Russian-born woman accused of unlawfully taking her child out of the United States and keeping the child away from the child’s father in Kansas, U.S. Attorney Stephen McAllister said. Read More »

Mother accused of taking kids from Kansas to Russia indicted

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WICHITA, KAN. – A jury returned guilty verdicts today in the federal trial of a Russian-born woman accused of unlawfully taking her child out of the United States and keeping the child away from the child’s father in Kansas, U.S. Attorney Stephen McAllister said. Read More »

DMCA letter to hosting provider

Karina Duvall
I know nowhere in the world are there stricter requirements for data protection and privacy than in the European Union and within the Union, no other country stands for data protection more than Germany. Therefore, topics related to privacy, data protection cause stronger reactions in Germany than even in the United States. Read More »
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