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Arpitha Sharma

Posted 1 year ago

Hi, am Arpitha Sharma this is my second marriage I have a son which born to me and my first husband now after second marriage my husband wants to adopt him legally Pls sujjest me Wt all i have to do

A. Dear sir, your 2nd husband can adopt any child only with your consent. For details, pl.contact some advocate through vidhikarya.com
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Anonymous

Posted 1 year ago

I was in a live in relationship with a lady since 2001. In 2009, the lady adopted a girl child under the JJ act 2000.(Adoption under single parent). the child was 3 yrs old. The child was admitted in a nursery and then in a proper school where my name appears as the father's name. All letters addressed by the school are addressed to me as father of the child. All fees have been paid by me by cheque. I have carried out all the duties of a father and there is a unique bonding of love and faith between the two of us. In 2016, the lady decided to move out and enter into a live in relationship with another man. This has devasted the child emotionally and on one ocassion she ran away from her adopted mother and came to my place . The mother got the police and I had to return the child who is being ill treated by the "new father". what recourse do I have in law?

A. Dear client we Need to review the adoption document. Only after reviewing the documents can advise you whether to file a petition u/s 10 of Guardian and Wards Act for the custody of the child or to lodge a complaint..kindly contact with vidhikarya lawyers
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Akash Ransingh

Posted 1 year ago

My sister had a baby from a man who abandoned her before the delivery. She stays alone and was on a death bed. I helped her recover and deliver. Now we want to give away the baby to a family friend as my sister isn't willing to bring it up. We do not have the baby's biological father around.... how do we proceed....

A. Dear client, your sister can give her daufhter in adoption. For details, pl.contact some advocate through vidhikarya.com
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Anonymous

Posted 1 year ago

Can I adopt my friend as my brother who's 10yrs younger then me?? If yes then how and if not then why??

A. there is no provision to adopt some one as a brother in Indian law.
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Mohit Bansal

Posted 1 year ago

Now I'm 24 and my uncle adopted me at the age of 10 and I'm having all the legal proff regarding this. They accept me as their own son over 4 daughters and after that they never treated me as the part of their family, just they showcase other that I'm their son and they never take the responsibility of my studies or anything and I'm force to live with my birth parents. Now I'm going to get married and I want to live with the adopted parents as they have no one to take care off. But the sisters are saying that the don't want me to live there and the reason behind is, they want the property of my adopted family. It is mentioned in the legal paper that none if the daughter have any right in the property and I'm the only owner of their property. So please advice me what to do in this situation

A. Nothing can be said without seeing the ' legal papers ' that you mention. But if that legal paper mentions that his daughters don`t have right and you only have right over the property of your adopted father, then such a document is invalid in Law, as a adoption deed cannot say like that. And at the age of 24, natural or adopted son whatever he is, has no right to demand that he wants to live with such parents.
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