Could you please answer a few questions for me? \n1. Do you think I have a good chance of getting a divorce from the Russian courts? \n2. If I do receive a divorce in Russia will it be legal in the USA?
It is sad that your story has not ended yet. \n Ludmila and her lawyer can think whatever they like, but you possess a document, which was not objected by anybody and which has been completed in accordance with international law (Hague Convention from October 5th, 1961). This document is your Divorce Certificate. \nI think that on August 12th you need to go to the court with your lawyer. I know Russian and international law. It is my understanding that your problem relates to Ludmila having to move out from your house. It is obvious that that case will be heard based on the internal laws of the US and the state of Massachusetts. \nI would be happy to help you in solving the problems related to the use of Russian and international laws. \nI am shocked with Ludmila behavior, her behavior is unforgiving. I sincerely wish you to finish that conflict happily. Surely, former spouses should not live under one roof, and moreover use any force towards the child. \nPlease, ask me any questions and keep me informed.