The lawyer revealed the details of the divorce of Polina Gagarina

Polina Gagarina filed for divorce. One of the highest-paid singers in the country decided to end her marriage with photographer Dmitry Iskhakov. The conversation before the court between the spouses is scheduled for December 14.

At the end of November, Polina Gagarina filed for divorce from photographer Dmitry Iskhakov. Six years of marriage, a common daughter, joint projects did not save the union of Polina and Dmitry. The ex-lovers themselves flatly refuse to name the reasons for the breakup. However, according to rumors, the reason for the divorce was still social inequality: the singer earned several times more than her husband. It seems that Dmitry was completely satisfied with the situation, because thanks to the success of his famous wife, he became a rather popular star photographer.

“MK” managed to contact Iskhakov in the first minutes after the media publications about the divorce.

“I think there is nothing to say here,” Dmitry admitted sadly. – Not very disposed to dialogue, no comments, thank you. “

It is worth recalling that the couple raised two children: Polina’s eldest son from her first marriage with actor Peter Kislov and a common daughter. Secular chroniclers are sure that the girl will stay with her famous mother.

The well-known lawyer Zhanna Margulis, who helped Pavel Priluchny, Alexander Gordon and many other celebrities in divorce proceedings, explained why Polina divorces her husband through court.

– Polina and Dmitry are getting divorced through the courts, because there are minor children, – Zhanna began. – In the registry office, it is impossible to divorce, even if both parties agree, only because of the presence of common minor children. In this case, we are not talking about any dispute regarding children, since justices of the peace do not consider disputes about children.

– How is the decision made with whom the child will live after the divorce?

– Parents have the right to agree on the place of residence and the procedure for communicating with the child orally or by signing a notarial agreement, if it fails, the only way is through a court of general jurisdiction.