I married in India in Nov of 2017, and uprooted my life to go live there a few times, though it was just not the right fit for me. My wife had agreed to move here with me, so I came back to start working. She then told me a few months ago that she wouldn't move here and my only option was to move back there. I told her that the other option was divorce and if she wouldn't move here, then that's what I would seek. She is a lawyer in India, her mother is on the high court of New Delhi as a family lawyer, and since then, I have gotten some very rotten emails with high demands. I am being told to sign her lawyers doctored forms (worded how they like) in person at the San Fran. Indian consulate and have it notarized there in person. I would much rather just send them a notarized decree of dissolution of marriage or something ... I am not sure what is available, and that is why I am reaching out to you to hopefully get some assistance!
If the action has already been filed in India you'll have to get an attorney in India. If it has not been filed then you can file locally and she will have to get an attorney in Montana.
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