Voronenkov’s ex-wife and mother-in-law sued him two days before death
Yulia Voronenkova and her mother Lyudmila Plotnikova intended to win by court action one of the apartments which after the divorce has never been transferred to the former deputy’s daughter Ksenia.
Two days before ex-State Duma deputy Denis Voronenkov was murdered in Kiev, his ex-wife Yulia Voronenkova and mother-in-law Lyudmila Plotnikova appealed to the Tverskoy Court of Moscow with a lawsuit to divide up property, Life informs.
As the news outlet found out, Yulia intended to win by court action an apartment in favor of her daughter Ksenia Voronenkova. But after the death of her ex-husband, she waived the claim.
Earlier it transpired that Voronenkov’s first family got a good inheritance after his death: several apartments and houses in Moscow and the Moscow Region, with a total worth of a billion rubles. As for the second wife, Maria Maksakova, she can only claim a third of an apartment in a new building of the city, according to Life.
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