1.Could you tell me how much it will cost for you to deal with my divorce in Russia. \n2.Is it possible for me to start divorce proceedings in Russia if me and my wife live in England. We got married in Rostov-on-Don? \n3.She is refusing to give me the marriage certificate. \n4.How long approximately will a case like this take. Time factor is of importance. \n5.Do I need to come to Russia?
If your wife keeps Russian citizenship - in this case it's possible to divorce in Russia. \nRefusing your wife to give you marriage certificate doesn't cause problems: it's possible to get a duplicate. \nYour visit to Russia is not required. You can draw up Power of Attorney and a jurist can act in Russia on your behalf. I explain you more about this Power of Attorney if you would be interested. \n Such proceedings can take from 2 to 6 month. If your wife agree to divorce and signs such agreement - it would take less time. \nPlease answer my following questions: \n1. How does you wife fill about the divorce? Does she agree? \n2. Does you wife keep/have a place of registration in Rostov-on-Don? \n3. Does you wife have Russian citizenship? \n4. Do you have common children? \n5. Do you know her address in Rostov-on-Don? \n6. Do you have any copy of your marriage certificate? \nIt is difficult to me to specify exactly a fee in this case because I don't know yet the amount of work and possible expenses incurred. If your wife agree to divorce I can state my fee and expenses. Otherwise, it is difficult because I don't know yet the number of needed trips to Rostov. \nPlease think about this information. I am looking forward for your decision and answers on my questions.