If you made the decision to divorce you’ll have to file a formal divorce suit. Usually, the divorce suit also includes a proposal as to how to divide common property and debt commitments.
There are two ways to file a divorce suit:
Your ability to file a Divorce suit through register office is allowed only if the following conditions are met:
If the couple has common underage children divorce through register office is possible if:
If all of the above-listed circumstances are met, the register office, typically, will grant official divorce within 30 days from the receipt of the divorce application.
If you file your divorce suit through the court, the marriage is considered to be dissolved from the moment of the court’s decision. But, there is a final step you must complete. You must take an abstract of court’s decision and a number of other documents about your divorce to the registry office. After the registry office has all the necessary documents, they will issue a certificate that confirms your marriage is dissolved and all necessary documents have been filed.
There are many documents which are needed to complete the process of a divorce suit through the court:
According to Article 17 of Russian Federation Family Law, the court has the right reject an application to dissolve a marriage if a spouse is pregnant or the couple has a child less than one year old.
The divorce suit process usually takes a minimum of 2 months.
The process of gathering all the necessary documents is long and complex. If you don’t have time, energy, desire or opportunity to collect all the necessary documents , our divorce specialists can assemble the documents for you and file them with the court.
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