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The wife of the chief editor of “Moskovsky Komsomolets” Pavel Gusev asks the court to divide shares and shares in Charter capitals of the companies associated with his publishing business, reported RIA Novosti a source familiar with the details of the divorce process.
Evgeniya Efimova claim to share in CJSC “Editorial office of the newspaper “Moskovsky Komsomolets””, LLC “MC. Media-service” Agency, “the Company “Fregat”” and CJSC “Publishing house “MK”,” says a spokesman.
According to him, under section may also fall a number of non-residential premises, including the editors of “MK”, two houses, 15 plots of land in the suburbs and an apartment in Moscow. Efimova is also claiming half of the funds in the accounts of a spouse, says the source Agency. The amount is not specified.
Informed the plaintiff’s attorney Marina Dubrovskaya stated that the common property of the couple is estimated at more than 27 billion rubles, Efimova is counting on half of that amount. According to her, Gusev does not agree with the claim, and Efimov does not suit his vision of redistribution of property. Dubrovskaya noted that the question of divorce has not yet been raised.
Pavel Gusev is the chief editor of the newspaper “Moskovsky Komsomolets” since 1983. Marriage with Efimova — the third for him.
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