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Family Law: termination of parental rights, rights of the child, child support. (Russia)
I am looking for details of current child support/ alimony obligations by father in case of separation/divorce in Russian Federation. May you direct me to the web site in English covering this part of the Family Law applicable within the Federation for Russian citizens and aliens..

Family Law: termination of parental rights, rights of the child, child support. (Russia)
My fiancee and I will be married in Moscow in December. Then I will file k-3 to bring her to USA. She has a 13 year old daughter. The daughter's father had no contact with the child for over 2 years until I came into the mother's life. Now the father, a well-known University professor, has re-entered the daughter's life. He has convinced the daughter to remain in Russia. If the daughter remains in Moscow with her maternal grandmother when my fiancee comes to America, will my future wife lose custody of her daughter because of our marriage? We are hoping that within a year the daughter will also wish to join us in America.

Family Law: divorce proceedings, conclusion of marriage (Russia)
I have Dutch citizenship and have legally resided in the USA until Jan 1, 2003. Since Jan 1 I reside in Belgium. I married a Russian national and resident in Helsinki, Finland in July 2000, we never lived together or formed a household, she continued to reside in St Petersburg and I continued to reside in the US. In March 2001 we erected a company with limited liabilities in France, with 50% ownership each. The company bought a property as a place of business.
Due to differences unable to overcome, I filed for divorce in Missouri, USA in October 2001, the business in France non active.
She objected in Missouri court the jurisdiction of the court and also because my lawyer was not very active, my case dragged out until I ropped the case in December 2002 because of my move to Belgium and the high money deposit my lawyer wanted to continue the case in Missouri. According to the Hague convention I cannot file for divorce in Belgium until next year. My question is a follows:
Can I file for divorce in St. Petersburg? No children were born out of this marriage, I supported her financially until June 2001. Do I have to pay alimony? How are our properties going to be devided?

Family Law: divorce proceedings, conclusion of marriage (Russia)
I have Dutch citizenship and have legally resided in the USA until Jan 1, 2003. Since Jan 1 I reside in Belgium. I married a Russian national and resident in Helsinki, Finland in July 2000, we never lived together or formed a household, she continued to reside in St Petersburg and I continued to reside in the US. In March 2001 we erected a company with limited liabilities in France, with 50% ownership each. The company bought a property as a place of business.
Due to differences unable to overcome, I filed for divorce in Missouri, USA in October 2001, the business in France non active.
She objected in Missouri court the jurisdiction of the court and also because my lawyer was not very active, my case dragged out until I ropped the case in December 2002 because of my move to Belgium and the high money deposit my lawyer wanted to continue the case in Missouri. According to the Hague convention I cannot file for divorce in Belgium until next year. My question is a follows:
Can I file for divorce in St. Petersburg? No children were born out of this marriage, I supported her financially until June 2001. Do I have to pay alimony? How are our properties going to be devided?

Family Law: divorce proceedings, conclusion of marriage (Russia)
My wife is a Russian citizen, we have been parted for 18 months due to me losing my job. My wife feels that she has waited long enough for me to get back to normal. She feels that we will not get another visa and wants to divorce. We were married in Moscow in September 2000.
I do not want to divorce, I think that our relationship is worth fighting for and I want to change my wife's view.
Would you advise me, can my wife start divorce proceedings without my consent, can she gain a divorce without my consent.

Family Law: divorce proceedings, conclusion of marriage (Russia)
I am a Russian citizen, married to the US green card holder. My husband is going to file for citizenship this November. We got married when I was an exchange student in US in spring 2001; we have been married for 2 years. My husband has filed sponsorship papers to bring me to US int he summer of 2003, but there has been no developments even since. Now I got accepted to a 4-year PhD program at Northwestern University, USA. The give me full funding. The program starts this September. I need to apply for an F-1 visa now, but I suspect that since I am married to the US permanent resident, I will not be given a nonimmigrant student visa. We are contemplating divorcing, withdrawing sponsorship claims, and me applying for a visa after we are divorced. What do you recommend in this situation? Do you think divorce is necessary or I will be given a student visa in spite of the fact that my husband filed sponsorship papers for me? Thank you very much.

Family Law: divorce proceedings, conclusion of marriage (Russia)
Previet,
I am an Australian citizens (although I do have Russian blood from few generation back..)
- I came to Russia and married a russian woman, who later joined me in Australia, I found out later that she never loved me and used me only as a ticket to Australia and she was crazy and evil woman..... we finally agreed on the divorce, I signed a declaration to her that the our marriage is broken down and gave her copy of my passport, she travelled recently to Russia for a visit (Volgograd) and promised to try and get the divorce from Russian authorities and would give me a copy soon upon her return.
-She now returned to Australia, and claimed that she has the divorce paper from the Russian authority but refused to give me my copy of the divorce, saying later and may be later! I need to find out few things first from a solicitors...!
My question is, if the Russian authorities have issued the divorce papers to her, shouldn't I be getting a copy of that divorce paper for myself, is she obliged by duty to give me a copy of the divorce certificate that was given to her in Russian?
What do I need to do to in order to obtain my copy of my divorce certificate if she refuse to give it to me (which she claim she all ready has in her hands?)
I await your kind response and I hope as soon as possible
Otchi Spassiba

Family Law: divorce proceedings, conclusion of marriage (Russia)
I married my wife in Moscow and we moved to my home in England. I now want a divorce in the UK, but my wife has the original Russian marriage certificate and she refuses to let me have it. The courts in the UK require that I produce the original certificate. How do I obtain a "copy" of the marriage certificate which is a legal in the UK for divorce purposes.

Family Law: divorce proceedings, conclusion of marriage (Russia)
Hello, My Russian girlfriend of 2 years now, states that her "husband wont give her a divorce". There fore I am unable to marry her to secure the Russian visa to stay in Russia with her and begin our family. After many visits (no money has ever been involved and things are good with us) I truly wonder if under Russian law the Russian husband can keep her from getting her divorce. In USA one person moves out and seeks divorce. Thanks - call me confused Robert back in USA until May 2003.

Family Law: divorce proceedings, conclusion of marriage (Russia)
My boyfriend (Russian) and I (US citizen) wish to get married, but he did not seek a divorce years ago when he and his wife broke up. How can we obtain a divorce for him when he hasn't spoken to her in years AND without going to Russia? Thanks.

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