To leave for a permanent residence with a child after the divorce.
Dear forum users! Question in the topic. I’ll write down the background. Familiar were 8let, of them 6 years in marriage. I’m from Russia, he’s from Ukraine. Moved to him, at that time he was an ordinary student, but eager to open his business. The case was opened, I actively helped in everything. Have grown in the material plan very well. The first daughter was born prematurely and died. Very much waited for the second, gave birth, all is well. In a year and a half the daughter says that he does not love me and throws me (he leaves to live with another child, she also left her husband for my sake). Now while I live at his expense, the child is not in the kindergarten. There is no one to help (my parents in Russia, it’s 500 km, but they do not come). Gives 8000 UAH per month (for rubles 16,000) This is for two (for all expenses: clothing, communal, toys, food, etc.) but this is up to three years. Then I have to work according to the law and pay only for the child (the amount will naturally be less) I do not file alimony, I know that I will make zero declarations and will receive pennies (he does not deny this). He comes to behave like a fluffy lamb, I depend on him and he constantly reproaches me for keeping me. I want to return to my city, but of course he does not want to hear about it. He comes to the child, but stupidly sits on the couch and admires. In my hometown it will be much easier for me in a material plan (and find a normal job and have a baby with a child) and in the emotional of course. Tell me whether there is a chance for me through the court to obtain permission for permanent residence with a child? Almost a year after the departure of the bm all caring for the child (except the money issue) on me. He as told me is engaged in his personal life.
Do you have citizenship? The Russian remains? And the Ukrainian child, as I understand it? And you have not divorced yet? You seem to have only two options, either to endure, or to go for a breakthrough. Apply for divorce, determining the place of residence of the child with you and alimony. Yes, maybe he will pay a penny. Payment of these kopecks will be an additional argument in court to take the child to permanent residence in Russia. Among other things. You have nothing to live on and you return to Russia. Yes, he will not give consent, but you can challenge his decision in court. Yes, but keep your checks now. It would be good to ask for help from the parents to help with money for this period, and this is also for the court to present. Stop being a victim, alimony is the child’s money, this is the law, but your bm is more profitable, so that you are a fluffy sheep. By the way, non-payment of aliks is also a good argument for the child when the father comes in 10 years and says “she left me, and I’m not guilty”
Do you have citizenship? The Russian remains? And the Ukrainian child, as I understand it? And you have not divorced yet? You seem to have only two options, either to endure, or to go for a breakthrough. Apply for divorce, determining the place of residence of the child with you and alimony. Yes, maybe he will pay a penny. Payment of these kopecks will be an additional argument in court to take the child to permanent residence in Russia. Among other things. You have nothing to live on and you return to Russia. Yes, he will not give consent, but you can challenge his decision in court. Yes, but keep your checks now. It would be good to ask for help from the parents to help with money for this period, and this is also for the court to present. Stop being a victim, alimony is the child’s money, this is the law, but your bm is more profitable, so that you are a fluffy sheep. By the way, non-payment of aliks is also a good argument for the child when the father comes in 10 years and says “she left me, and I’m not guilty”
We are officially divorced. I am a Russian citizen, I have a kind to live in Ukraine. Daughter yes, was born in Ukraine.
The author, and you can go with the child as if to visit relatives and not return? And further court cases to produce from Russia?
The author, and you can go with the child as if to visit relatives and not return? And further court cases to produce from Russia?
I do not know (I want to know all the little things in this matter, because if there is a chance that he will be able to take his daughter, I will not venture to leave.
I also do not understand what is stopping you from simply merging into Russia with your child? Take the tickets, leave and EVERYTHING. A child in Russia will receive Russian citizenship as a child of a Russian citizen. Register it with your parents, stand in line in the garden, etc. I somehow was interested in this question, tk. I thought about marriage with a foreigner. As far as I know, the main thing is to come to Russia. You yourself are a Russian citizen, you can file all your documents without any problems and will live exclusively under Russian laws. Your ex-husband, if you want, can file a Ukrainian court, and you can spit on Ukrainian laws and decisions of Ukrainian courts.
To post 5. Only alimony you will not see, or rather will be at the discretion of BM.
In general, as far as I know, in such situations it is extremely unprofitable to sue the local court, because a foreign court will not be on your side. And while you are abroad, the child is a citizen of a foreign state and lives by his laws. Physically you narrow down and solve all the problems through the Russian court. You file a lawsuit to determine the place of residence of the child with you, the court will be on your side, especially papa on the court most likely will not appear at all.
I also do not understand what is stopping you from simply merging into Russia with your child? Take the tickets, leave and EVERYTHING. A child in Russia will receive Russian citizenship as a child of a Russian citizen. Register it with your parents, stand in line in the garden, etc. I somehow was interested in this question, tk. I thought about marriage with a foreigner. As far as I know, the main thing is to come to Russia. You yourself are a Russian citizen, you can file all your documents without any problems and will live exclusively under Russian laws. Your ex-husband, if you want, can file a Ukrainian court, and you can spit on Ukrainian laws and decisions of Ukrainian courts.
Does not it drain .. you need the permission of the second parent or just drop the baby off the post ((alas ..
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