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Family Law: divorce proceedings, conclusion of marriage (Russia)
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Question

Thank you very much for the response, however I think you may have misunderstood me slightly. First, I do not want the divorce and my question was one of knowing if I could request reconciliation. Further, my financial questions and those relating to criminal charges were in case circumstances progress in such a manner to convince me that she has defrauded me. Please believe me I have no real reason to believe this other than her recent ceasing of communication and the similarity of her actions to those defrauding foreigners. Truthfully, I do not think she has does this; my words are merely the ramblings of a man with a terribly broken heart. I am sure what I am about to ask you is not something you usually do, but I am going to ask anyway. Would you considered being hired to assist my wife and I in reconciliation? Frankly, my love for her is deep, clear and completely unending. As you may have already realized, my communication skills need improving. I want nothing more than to repair the damage and move forward. And let me be clear, the damage is far more minor than she seems to be making it sound like. I will be very thorough and objective should you decide to proceed.

Thank you,

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Answer

First I would like to make more exact whether I understand your situation correctly:

1. Has your wife filed or is she going to file a divorce suit to a court in Saint-Petersburg? Do you wish me to represent you in court and appeal about reconciliation?

If so, please specify is there the divorce case processed, which court, what's date of hearing and all other information you know about it. I should inform you that if no reconciliation occurs and your wife insists on divorce, court will dissolve your marriage. But I will try to do as much as I can to force you wife to change her attitude towards divorce.

If you want to begin our common work, I will prepare and send you a text of Power of Attorney that you should sign.

2. I did not understand situation about the money. Do you want to recover the money you sent her if your marriage would be dissolve? I cannot help you in this matter. It seems me unlikely. You would not prove that there was a designed fraud from her side. Probably you make her life hard this way but it would not return your money back.

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