Divorce proceedings during the first three months

The main stage of the divorce process is the hearing of the petition. During this period, the court can order the following things: appointing an administrator; setting a schedule (for example, by phone or appointment); asking questions about the children's education; asking questions about other matters that may interfere with the court's work.Who will sit in the courtroom?First of all, the court will have to order the following: a lawyer. After that, the court will appoint an administrator, who will act as a mediator between the parties. This will be the only place in the court where the court will hear the case. The mediator will have the following tasks:write down the decree and reasons for it; observe the appearance of the parties, including the presence of children; inspect the documents to determine whether they comply with the English standard of document authentication.Ask the court to order regular medical checks for both spouses. They will be carried out no later than the third day of the hearing.After the court has signed the decree, it will have to be delivered to the mediator. A lawyer will also be present, which will be necessary in order to defend the document. In any case, the mediator will have to call the defendant to the stand and explain the reasons for the decree and the information about the procedure for issuing certificates of divorce.The mediator will draw up a list of questions that the court will have to answer in order not to diverge in any way from the decree of the mother of the child.The court will also have the opportunity to ask the mediator about the children's education. In cases where the defendant is a teacher or principal, the mediator will also have to visit the child. If the mediator decides to accept the child into the family, he or she will also need to state the facts about the child's education.The mediator will issue a certificate of divorce to the mother on the basis of the following elements:the decree of the divorce, which was signed in the presence of the child.the child's written testimony; the presence of witnesses.The mediator is also responsible for ensuring that the child does not receive any information harmful to the child.This procedure is carried out immediately. If the child is between the ages of five and fifteen years, the mediator will send him to school. If the child is not yet able to attend school, the mediator will send him to a specialized school for the first time. If the child is literate, the mediator will also explain to him the meaning of the word "literate".The child will also be able to place an order for school materials. In case of refusal to cooperate with the mediator, the mediator will send the child to another mediator. If the mediator refuses to work with the child