Family Law: termination of parental rights, rights of the child, child support. (Russia)
Hello Ms. Duvall,
I just sent an email through the web site. However, I was not sure where it was sent. I wanted to make sure to contact you from your
personal email as well.
Long story short, I live in UK and married my wife in 2014. my son UK citizen (3 years old) child has been abducted to Moscow, Russia by his mom who is mentally unstable. Unfortunately she is not stable to take care of herself let alone our son!
I have been awarded with the sole custody of our son here in UK based on her medical records!
I would like to know how I can get this recognized in Russian court. She knew that she would not be given the custody of our son here in UK, that`s why she abducted him to Russia!
My wife is not even showing me my son. Last time when she called, she said she has a court date coming up which is 20th of December 2017.
I would like to get on a consultation call with you as soon as possible. I would like to talk to you what options we have, and what can we do in Russian court!
When can we do the consultation?
How much are you charging for 1 hour consultation over phone?
Looking forward to hearing from you.
The United Kingdom and Russian Federation are participants of Hague The Hague Convention of October 25, 1980 on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction and Hague Convention of October 19, 1996 on Parental Responsibility and Protection of Children.
This is my area of expertise, and we can discuss which way will be better to use in your certain case.
As soon as we will submit any case under Hague convention, all other cases (including case which already scheduled for December 20, 2017), supposed to be suspended.
I will offer to you the best price for paid consultation and for handling of your case in the court. Please provide me cope of court order and exact date when your wife left UK with your son.
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