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Family Law: termination of parental rights, rights of the child, child support. (Uzbekistan)
I live in Uzbekistan and my husband resides in Germany. We have got a joint daughter with him who is 5 years old at the present moment. I seized the court with the claim on recovery of the alimony payments in the city Tashkent but the judge recommended me to consult with a lawyer and considered that a legal decision in Uzbekistan will take me nowhere. Please could you explain to me if it is true and what I shall do?

Family Law: termination of parental rights, rights of the child, child support. (Russia)
Please could you direct if a contract on mutual recognition and performance of juridical decisions is in effect between Russia and Great Britain? It is very important! Our father left for England and he does not pay the alimony for more than 5 years already.

Family Law: divorce proceedings, conclusion of marriage (Russia)
No my wife is not russian, she is English and i am Eglish as well However I herad it is possible to claim a divorce in your country eventhoyg we are not rusan Citizen

Family Law: divorce proceedings, conclusion of marriage (Russia)
My wife came to South Africa together with her husband to work under a contract. After several years they partied and effected a procedure of divorce in a local court. We married after some time. At present, my wife is trying to change her surname in the Russian passport, however the Russian consul says that her divorce and correspondingly her matrimonial state with me are illegal according to the Russian laws. Is it true? Both my wife and her former husband have both the Russian and the South African citizenships.

Family Law: termination of parental rights, rights of the child, child support. (Russia)
I have received a letter from the Moscow faculty of advocates that my wife living in the USA appeals to them with a question that I don’t still allocate the money for the children. They offer to adjust the problem extrajudicially. In case if agreement is not achieved by negotiations they’ll take legal recourse. But what shall I do to avoid pushing the matter through court? I am afraid that after some time my former wife will say that I don’t allocate the money for the children again (I am ready to pay 1/3 of my income to her). And how does the law look at the following: I don’t contact with my children for 7 years already. For me it’s a pretty hard trauma to my mind. Besides, as I have understood, my former wife would like to define the volume of the alimony herself. You can understand that salaries level in the USA and Russia differ highly and accordingly I won’t be able to pay the sum she requests.

Family Law: divorce proceedings, conclusion of marriage (Russia)
Please correct me if I misunderstand, but I do not believe I have jurisdictional standing > to pursue a divorce in a Russian court, therefore only my wife (Russian citizen resident in Russia) could engage you as plaintiff in the case and no power of attorney would be necessary on my behalf. Also, my understanding of the RF "Semmnoye Kodeks" is that a mutually agreed case as this must conclude within 30 days (very efficient compared to American court processes). Is that correct? If all is correct, I will pass your information on to her and she and I will discuss the fees and possibility of using your services.

Family Law: divorce proceedings, conclusion of marriage (Russia)
If my wife now does not want a divorce, is it still possible for me to file for it unilaterally? If so, what documents would I need? And would she be able to challenge the divorce request? Or stop the process? Again, we have no joint property and no kids.

I appreciate you taking the time to help me with all this! I know the situation is a little challenging, but my wife (who I haven't seen now in over two years) is a little unstable and changes her mind frequently on things.

Family Law: termination of parental rights, rights of the child, child support. (Russia)

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