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Family Law: termination of parental rights, rights of the child, child support. (Russia)
I found your name and activity through your website.

I am British and married to a Russian,
we have been married just over 3 years. Unfortunately we are separated since August this year.
My wife resides in Moscow with our son aged 2 Years and 3 months.
I am not allowed to have unsupervised access to him when I visit Moscow every month.

I notice you represent people from the USA, do you also cover the UK?

The action and assistance I require would be in Russia.

Family Law: termination of parental rights, rights of the child, child support. (Russia)
I'm from Germany and I have a young daughter in Moscow. Her mother and I never lived together and we were not married. We got into, what is basically a stupid, conflict about a year ago (I wrote very detailed account for the lawyer who will represent my case). During past year I was blocked for several months from contacting my daughter. I traveled to Moscow a few times in order to try to solve things by diplomacy. Every time things would progress and then deteriorate fast when I returned to my home in Germany.

Basically, I just want some time alone with my daughter during vacation and normal visitation rights without restrictions that my ex is imposing at the moment. My ex insists on being present to every activity of my daughter and me. She is also not willing to let my daughter visit me in many for vacation. The ironic thing is that I'm regular with paying child support (voluntarily, since no paper has been signed at any point), I have no criminal record of any kind and no history of any mental diseases or addictions and I was never aggressive or even raised a voice to my daughter. What's more I agreed on paying my ex vacation in Germany (not with me and my daughter, of course) just to try and solve
things diplomatically.

I've read Russian family law and based on that I sent my ex my proposal for parental agreement but she is doing everything but she is stalling me for weeks now and I might as well start preparing for legal battle.

What are my chances of winning a court case? Is it possible for my daughter to visit me in Germany during vacations? It must be noted that Germany signed Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction and what is more our police is very diligent in enforcing it so there is no chance for me to abduct my daughter (not as
if I would wish to do something like that).

So, would you be interested in taking my case and what are your tariffs? Since there is still at least a minute chance my ex and I could come to agreement, could you then help providing me with proper legal form of such agreement?

In case we agree on terms of your legal services and you become my legal representative I already prepared very detailed account and summary of the whole circumstances leading to this situation and I summarized every relevant point that could be used in the judicial proceedings.

Family Law: termination of parental rights, rights of the child, child support. (Russia)
Good evening Miss Duvall

we just spoke by phone,

I was contacting you to find out rules
and policy to divorce if an Italian marry a Russian, I may will need your help:
· If in a future I have a fight with my Russian wife (we got married in Italy), and she starts a procedure in Italy to divorce with me, asking for a bonus to conclude the marriage, or an amount of money to receive every month because she has no job in Italy (unfortunately for the husband in Italy the wife has always more rights), can I manage in the same time a divorce trough a Russian legal service like yours, and obtain it without have to pay any bonus or monthly fee to my wife, even if she wouldn't agree for that?
· How long it would take?
· How much it would cost the legal service?
· Which documents you would need?
· How you would manage that, if she doesn't agree to divorce without getting anything, does she have to sign something? Would that divorce would be accepted and recognized in Italy?
· If there is a son, things can be managed in the same way! And would I be in title to have the custody of my son?
· When I marry a Russian women in Italy, how can I obtain a resident and working paper for Russia, and come in and out without request a visa?

I understand your are child custody attorney. I want you to handle the case like Russian divorce attorney. Can you represent me in Russian court?

Thanks very much for your support.

Family Law: termination of parental rights, rights of the child, child support. (Russia)
Hi Karina
I have been in a relationship with a lady from Russia for around 2.5
years. She is divorced and has a 10 year old daughter from her previous marriage. We have planned to be married soon and have asked her ex husband for consent for their daughter to immigrate to Australia with her mother.
The ex husband has had no or very minimal contact with his daughter since her birth and has made no financial contribution to her upbringing. He has now decided to pursue custody of their daughter after us informing him of our decision to marry and my friend and her daughter’s decision to immigrate to Australia.
How does Russian Family Law deal with this situation and what are the rights of both parents. Can you help?
Are you able to represent my lady friend (us) in this matter and what are the associated costs?

Family Law: termination of parental rights, rights of the child, child support. (Russia)
I am American national living in Belgium for many years. I have been married to a Russian lady in 2015, we got married in New York and then returned and registered our marriage in Belgium where we live ever since. Before marriage we have done prenuptial agreement in Belgium, in front of notary, to select "separation of properties" as our regime. We have a female child born in August 2017.

When the child was born my wife asked me to come with her to Russian consulate in Brussels, where I have signed documents that it was explained to me was about giving our daughter Russian nationality and to write the girl on the mother's passport. I did not disagree and I signed. Our girl has also Belgian identity card from her birth, she is Belgian citizen.

My wife remained registered in St. Petersburg while also registered in Belgium (and of course has residence permit). I found out recently that she also registered our child in her apartment in Russia (according to her, in order to get family benefits and medical insurance ...). We obviously get family benefits and medical coverage in Belgium where we effectively reside.

My wife is not adapting to Belgium and (from time to time) wants to divorce. She wanted to start divorce in Russia, with which of course I disagree, Russian jurisdiction is MUCH more favorable to women than Belgian when it comes to parental rights and custody of the minor child. I refuse to let my child live in Russia far away from me.

I have been told that if she obtains divorce in Russia, I can oppose it in Belgium, because it is the last common residence of the married couple that counts for attributing divorce jurisdiction. Can you confirm about jurisdiction ?

What if she takes away our girl to Russia and does not return her?
If she does so, will I be successful to have the girl returned from Russia to Belgium for Court proceedings in Belgium under the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction ? She will claim that residence (of her and the child) is Russia, which is false and I can prove it ... She only goes there for occasional vacation.

Family law : divorce and division of property. (Russia)
I am a foreigner living in Moscow married almost 14 year to a Russian lady with two children aged 13 and 11. My wife has filed for divorce and informs me the process takes 1 month ( I read 3 to 4) and is pushing me to sign the agreement, which until I am clear on everything I am not willing to do. I have read your website and have a good understanding of my situation but would like to be sure on all points.
Please could you advise me of your charges relating to consultation and handling of divorce cases in Russia. Do you have an office here in Moscow?
My concerns / questions are regarding division of assets, child visitation rights / maintenance and also effects on me renewing registration of Vid na Zhitelstva after divorce has been finalized. We have two property in Moscow in joint names which I have purchased with documents to prove revenue brought into country after sale of property in UK which I purchased before we met. I am happy to split assets 50 / 50 which will leave more than enough to purchase a new apartment for her and the children but unfortunately she has other ideas and would like to keep the most valuable property and leave me with the other.

Family Law: divorce proceedings, conclusion of marriage (Russia)
Dear Karina,
I hope this message finds you in good health.
I may need your services again?

I have lost all the e-mails that I had sent to you and the ones you sent to me.
Once again could you please send me the information pertaining to the divorce laws with the USA and Russia?
Also I will need your email address.

Family Law: termination of parental rights, rights of the child, child support. (Russia)
My ex girlfriend us Russian citizen and she abducted our son to Moscow, Russia on February 2018. I am looking for a lawyer that can help me trough the court hearing based on the Hague convention on international child abduction.
I've attached the document of the justice minister that has already been sent to Russian justice minister.
I would like to know if you can help me and how much money will you ask for this job, since i don't have a big budget. Thank you.

Family Law: divorce proceedings, conclusion of marriage (Russia)
I was married in December 2016 with Russian lady. She came to United States and we registered our marriage in New York. After 4 weeks she went back home. Sometime after I found that all was fake and decide to start divorce the March 2017 going via American court. Unfortunately all divorce cases now handling required Service under the Hague Convention which is extremely complicated and time consuming. I found meantime another woman and would like to marry her.

I am originally from former USSR know that divorce in Russia is not so complicated and can be done much faster. We being together only 4 weeks and after that she never come to United States, we don’t have any common properties, business, etc. No child. I never submitted spouse support application for her to Immigration.

Do you know if it will be possible for me to get divorce in Russia despite the fact that marriage was registered in United States? BTW – I am not Russian citizen.

The rights of foreign nationals (Germany)
It was nice to hear from you again and will like to know how i can be sure about this.it is really hard to believe things on the internet now a days.I really need this birth certificate legalized for me.I was born in Russia but when i was 5 years we moved to Germany and since then i have had a Germany passport and right now i have moved to Netherlands and they are telling me to do this legalization of my birth certificate but all the same i am going to send a copy of it for you and also be thinking about how the payment can be made.
I hope to hear from you again and so can you tell me how long this can take for you to make it.

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