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Family Law: termination of parental rights, rights of the child, child support. (Russia)
Our minor child stayed with the mother after divorce and I effect alimony payments. I have a reason to think that the money I transfer to my ex-wife’s personal account are spent on her. I have recently read in the Family Code that I can transfer half of the amount to my child’s personal account. Can I transfer the whole amount to my child’s personal account? Which documents shall I collect in order to transfer all or at least a part of alimony payments to my child’s personal account?

Family Law: divorce proceedings, conclusion of marriage (Russia)
I want to divorce from my husband. My child is 10 months old. I know that I have a right to child support money of 25%. Do I have a right to receive financial support for myself? I have a child-care leave at the moment. In case I have such right, what amount am I entitled to receive?

Family Law: divorce proceedings, conclusion of marriage (Russia)
A husband wants to divorce but a wife is against. The husband is registered in his mother’s apartment and the wife is registered in her mother’s apartment. A minor child is registered together with the father. The court established a term for consideration of divorce decision. How many terms like that the court may establish? When the divorce will be granted automatically? Does the wife have a right to husband’s apartment or any part thereof (the son is registered there though he lives with the mother)?

Family Law: termination of parental rights, rights of the child, child support. (Russia)
We want a child to stay with the father after divorce. Child’s mother doesn’t mind. Is t possible? What documents shall be issued in this case? The child is 1 year 3 months old.

Family Law: divorce proceedings, conclusion of marriage (Russia)
I am a citizen of Russia. I concluded a marriage with a foreigner abroad. They say that a marriage registered abroad is not legal in Russia and there is no need to divorce and you can simply register another marriage in Russia as there is no marriage stamp in Russian passport. Is it so?

Family Law: termination of parental rights, rights of the child, child support. (Russia)
I am disabled from 1999. I live in St. Petersburg. My son has been living in New York since 1993, he’s got a green card, works and has a bank account. I need to receive alimony payments from him as I need money for medical treatment. He doesn’t want to help me. I brought him up alone without mother. I addressed a Russian advocated who told me that it would be unreal to execute a judgment in the territory of the Russian Federation as my son resides and works in the the US. I asked an advocate in the State of New York and he replied that laws of the State of New York do not provide for children’s obligation to support their disabled parents. Can I somehow solve my problem?

Family Law: divorce proceedings, conclusion of marriage (Russia)
My ex-wife got pregnant during the marriage, later we got divorced and she married her child’s father. So the situation is quite favorable as there is a chance that we can avoid judicial recourse. But what will happen in case child’s father refuses to be registered as the father of the child? Will I be automatically registered as child’s father and I will not be able to controvert it even in court as at the moment of registration I was aware of the fact that the child is not mine (Art. 52 part 2)?

Family Law: divorce proceedings, conclusion of marriage (Russia)
My mother threatens to prosecute a claim for alimony payments as she has been granted a disability pension. She has got two more daughters. I am registered in my mother’s apartment. At the present time I live in the USA and have a green card, I am 29, divorced and have no children. I study in a university and have to pay for my education. I’m planning to obtain US citizenship and renounce Russian citizenship. Can I renounce Russian citizenship as she threatens to prosecute a claim against me, and can she oblige me to effect alimony payments in the territory of the USA? I am not planning to come to Russia. In case she obliges me to effect alimony payments in the territory of the USA, what can be the amount of alimony payments as prices and living standards are different here and I am not sure I will be able to pay my bills here including payments for education.

Family Law: termination of parental rights, rights of the child, child support. (Russia)
I am an entrepreneur. I lived with my wife for 30 years. We are divorced now. She is a pensioner. She has prosecuted a claim for alimony payments. I’ m planning to have a new family and move to another city. Shall I support her?

Family law : divorce and division of property. (Russia)
My common-law husband and I have been living together for five years. This year we bought an apartment (mortgage credit). The credit was issued to him as his income is significantly higher than mine and we are not married. Therefore his is the sole owner of the apartment. We’ll be repaying the credit for 15 years and we can not divide the apartment into shares. It is mentioned in the credit agreement that I will live in the apartment and will be permanently registered there. We are going to register our marriage and we are expecting a baby. How can I secure myself in case any changes happen during the mentioned 15 years? Are there any laws applicable for such situations or I should better conclude a marriage contract? Thank you.

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