I married a Russian woman in Moscow two years ago. \n I canceled the visa because we did not get along. \n She was supposed to file for divorce but did not. She still lives in Russia. I cannot find a service that will help me get a Russian divorce. \n Can you send me a link or more information?
I have big experience of dealing with divorce cases involving foreign citizens. \nIf you are interested in working with me I can send you a Power of Attorney document, which you'll need to notarize. Then you will need to have it apostiled by the Secretary of State. After that, the document becomes legal in Russia. After I receive the document back from you, I can start all the required actions in Russia, and in Moscow in particular. \nPlease let me know, who currently has the possession of your Marriage Certificate - you or your wife? If it's you then you will need to send it to me along with the Power of Attorney document. What is your opinion on whether or not your wife wants the divorce? \nI am ready to start working on your case and waiting for your response.