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Family law : divorce and division of property. (Russia)
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Question

How do I find out if my Russian wife has divorced me or not? We were married in Tver Oct.16 2008. She said she filed for divorce in Oct. of this year but I talked her into canceling the procedure. She has since quit communicating with me. Who do I speak to in Russia to see if we are still married or not?

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Answer

If yore marriage was terminated by court, after court’s decision is in effect, the court is supposed to submit the copy of such a decision to the office where your marriage was registered. Therefore in order to find out whether your marriage had been terminated you have to send the request to this office (ZAGS). You can submit the request to the local court of neighborhood where your wife (or former wife) is residing as well.

On the other hand, knowing that your marriage has been terminated is not enough. You will need to collect all documents proving that such a decision has been made. You will need an excerpt from the court document, copy of that document, copy of the marriage termination, and you will need to put an apostil on these documents.

If you disagree with the court decision and you believe that your rights are violated, you have to ask the court to extend the time when you can appeal.

If your marriage is not terminated you want to divorce, you have to apply to the court to start the process.

Anyway I will be glad to help you.

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