In accordance with the law the defendant is a party (individual or legal entity), which should meet the claims. The parties to the case have certain rights and responsibilities. To get an idea about what actions you can make as a defendant, see article 35 of the Civil procedure code of the Russian Federation. Do not neglect this, because if you don't know their rights, the plaintiff may take advantage of your legal ignorance.
In order not to violate order in court session, consult Chapter 15, section II, code of civil procedure of the Russian Federation. In particular, read the article 158, which outlines how to behave on the process and how to address the court. Also check the order of the trial to know at what point you will be able to speak and when to just listen to the arguments of the other side of the case. At the same time, don't be afraid to speak up in court, fearing to break any rule. The judge may at any time to correct you and explain when you will be given a word.
Examine the case materials. Accessed on the basis of an application which is made in the name of the judge leading the process. Please visit the official website of any court to find a pattern of such statements. Contact with him either in the office or directly to the judge. It will impose a resolution, court staff will give you care, which you can see in the presence of a bailiff. If necessary we can remove copies or photocopies of those documents that may be useful to you.
Make a rough plan of protection. Think about what questions may be asked you by the court or the plaintiff, and prepare answers to them. Review the regulations, try to find articles and provisions, on the basis of which to defend their interests. Clear copies of the documents that will help you prove infidelity allegations of the plaintiff. Can apply to the court for help if you want to get evidence which can't be produced by yourself.
If you are not confident that you will be able to stand up in court so not to complicate the situation for yourself, execute a power of attorney for representative-professional. Right to it is granted to you by law. At the same time, the presence of a lawyer does not preclude your right to attend the court and make statements on their behalf. The power of attorney issued by a notary. To yourself you must have the passport details of yours and your representative.