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Niharika Chanda

Posted 7 months ago

We are 3 daughters,My parents adopted my son through registered adoption deed. My father was a retired Employee & expired in 2015. since then, my mother is receiving pension of 30K. All the 7 properties are his hard earned. 1 property is on my son name immediately after adoption. 3 are on my mother name who is a house wife. 1 is on my younger sister bought in 2003 when she was a minor. till the demise of my father, my parents were taken care of adopted son's maintenance. since my father demise, my mother refused to take care of his maintenance. my son is with us now. in Sep'18, she transferred 2 properties which are on her name to my both sister's daughters one each thru Gift deed. now she is trying to transfer remaining. My mother also registered a WILL. My father left a UNREGITERED WILL with his own hand writing stating 5 properties should belongs to adopted son and one each to my sisters. queries 1.Can i take any legal steps for my son's maintenance from my mother? 2. Can I go for cancellation of gift deeds. 3. Any chance to prevent my mother to sell remaining properties. 4. Can I go for execution of UNREGISTERED WILL 5. Do my mother has the right to write WILL on the properties earned by my father without consent of legal heirs
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A. Your mother is entitled to transfer (by gift or sale) the three properties which are in her name as she is legally the owner of those properties. The property bought in name of your younger sister is the property of your younger sister. The property which is in the name of the son is his property. The remaining two properties must be in the name of your demised father. You should press for the remaining two properties which is in your father's name on the basis of the Will of your demised father in the court. If you are successful with that, your son will becomes the beneficiary of those two remaining properties plus the one which is already registered in his name.
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We are 3 daughters,My parents adopted my son through registered adoption deed. My father was a retired Employee & expired in 2015. since then, my mother is receiving pension of 30K. All the 7 properties are his hard earned. 1 property is on my son name immediately after adoption. 3 are on my mother name who is a house wife. 1 is on my younger sister bought in 2003 when she was a minor. till the demise of my father, my parents were taken care of adopted son's maintenance. since my father demise, my mother refused to take care of his maintenance. my son is with us now. in Sep'18, she transferred 2 properties which are on her name to my both sister's daughters one each thru Gift deed. now she is trying to transfer remaining. My mother also registered a WILL. My father left a UNREGISTERED WILL with his own hand writing stating 5 properties should belongs to adopted son and one each to my sisters. queries 1.Can i take any legal steps for my son's maintenance from my mother? 2. Can I go for cancellation of gift deeds. 3. Can i file a case to execute the UNREGISTERED WILL 4. Any chance to prevent my mother to sell remaining properties. 5. Do my mother has the right to write WILL on the properties earned by my father without consent of legal heirs
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A. Your mother is entitled to transfer (by gift or sale) the three properties which are in her name as she is legally the owner of those properties. The property bought in name of your younger sister is the property of your younger sister. The property which is in the name of the son is his property. The remaining two properties must be in the name of your demised father. You should press for the remaining two properties which is in your father's name on the basis of the Will of your demised father in the court. If you are successful with that, your son will becomes the beneficiary of those two remaining properties plus the one which is already registered in his name.
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Anonymous

Posted 7 months ago

I am separated from my wife, living separately since last 8 months. I have still not put in papers for divorce. I have one son 10 years old. I am in a relationship with another woman. She has a 11 years old daughter. I want to adopt her daughter and give her my name. What is the procedure for the same?
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A. without the consent of the biological father you won't can't adopt her daughter. However there's another way, you can contact me by getting my phone number through Vidhikarya.
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I am 26 and my husband is 34 years old married since 6 years. My sister got married 6 months back and due to some reasons they are getting divorced. She is pregnanat and we want to adopt that baby. We have no kids. What are the required documents for my sister and her husband to give the child for adoptin when they are getting divorced soon. What are the requirements for us to take a baby for adoption. Can my sister alone give the unborn baby for adoption. Delivery will bd in march of next year . We want to adopt the baby as soon as possible as we are planning to go abroad by may next year. Can we take the baby to abroad with us. Please help.
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A. without the consent of the biological father you can't adopt her daughter. However there's another way, you can contact me by getting my phone number through Vidhikarya.
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Arpitha Sharma

Posted 9 months 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
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A. You can contact me for quick resolution. There are other ways which cannot be discussed in public forum.
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Anonymous

Posted 9 months ago

Hi, this is Arpitha skanda Kumar I wanted to know details about the adoption process. This is my second marriage and my first husband died in an accident. Now I have re married and I have a child which is first husband. Now we want to adopt my son as legally Pls sujjest me
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A. please contact me for quick resolution
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Anonymous

Posted 9 months 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?
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A. This is quite surprising. 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 under Commissions for Protection of Child Rights Act, 2005 with the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights.
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Akshita Rawat

Posted 9 months ago

Hello, My name is Akshita I live in Dehradun, Uttrakhand . My sister and I were born out of the wedlock. She is 1 year younger than me. Since my father is suffering with schizophrenia, he sent my sister in an adoption center in Bangalore, Karnataka. I turned 18 this year and I am living with my grand parents and none of my parents. I know only the name of the centre where she was sent but not who has her legal custody now.Every one is telling me that they will never share the details of her. Is there any way I can get the details of her adoptive parents so that I can see her from the adoption centre.
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A. you can contact me by getting my phone number from Vidhikarya. There is no harm in trying the other way.
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Anonymous

Posted 9 months ago

Hello, I live in Dehradun, Uttrakhand . My sister and I were born out of the wedlock. She is 1 year younger than me. Since my father is suffering with schizophrenia, he sent my sister in an adoption center in Bangalore, Karnataka. I turned 18 this year and I want to know that my sister is okay. Is there any option that I can see her as she would have been adopted. Is there any rule or anything that I can address in the adoption center so that I can get the details of her? Can I get the address or mobile number of her adoptive parents?
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A. A child once adopted is considered to be a child of the adoptive family and all tied with his/her previous family cease to exist. The majority of adoption files are considered “closed” or “sealed records,” being inaccessible, except by court order, once the adoption is finalized.
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Akash Ransingh

Posted 9 months 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....
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A. Go by the advice of Advocate Deepak Bade.
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