Visitation Rights and Child Custody Visitation Rights and Child Custody

My husband and in-laws are cunningly keeping my daughter away from me by making excuses on her studies. Is there any way I could get a visitation order from court?

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Posted 1 day ago


A. Dear Client,

The conduct of your husband and in-laws is totally against the law, they cannot deny her custody and your visitation rights on baseless grounds, since you are the natural guardian of your child. You should file a case for her custody in the court and also ask for visitation rights.

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If I take away my child without telling my wife then will it be a criminal case. If I take away my child without telling my wife then will it be a criminal case.

My wife has taken away the child with her father and soon my son's age will be 9 years I am not able to meet my son for the last 2.5 years. As i was living in a different state due to my service I fil

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Posted 1 week ago


A. Dear client,
According to section 361 IPC, there is an exception for a father who believes that he is the rightful parent of a child. But, thereafter, we must follow the procedure provided by law. So, file a custody petition in the court of competent jurisdiction to avoid any issues in the future.
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Child custody and visitation rights Child custody and visitation rights

After divorce, I was allowed to see my child who is now 12 years old male on every month at a particular day. Since the COVID began she is not producing the child and is almost 2 years now with no in

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Posted 2 weeks ago


A. Dear client,
You can file an FIR on the missing of the child and your wife. You can record a Writ of Habeas Corpus in the High Court or the Supreme Court for the return of authority by a parent on the quality of a remote Court arrange or infringing upon parental rights.
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Child custody -My son's wife went to parental house Child custody -My son's wife went to parental house

My son's wife went to parental house without noticing anyone in our family with out 11 months old heir. There is no conflict also. Now she is insisting to come back and also threating my son abour the

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Posted 1 month ago


A. Dear Client,
Ask your son to file a case of restitution of conjugal rights in the local civil court and thus seek an order from the Ld. Court to get her back to the matrimonial house along with the the kid. Just seeking custody of the child will not be possible as till 5 years of age mother is the natural guardian.

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Custody of Male Child - I want to get custody of my Son Custody of Male Child - I want to get custody of my Son

My wife and I and living separately for 5+ years after my divorce case was dismissed. Now I want to get custody of my Son who is 14 years of age considering his future life. Is it possible for me to g

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Posted 2 months ago


A. Yes, u can get child custody..... if ur financially well off & can make a bright future of the child.

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Girl Child support maintenance after death of Mother and Father reamarried Girl Child support maintenance after death of Mother and Father reamarried

My cousin married in 2010 to a Man working in Bangalore, they had a girl child in 2017 and soon after the birth of the child my Cousin was diagnosed with Cancer. The husband stopped caring my cousin a

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Posted 3 months ago


A. Dear Sir,
The guardian of child can file maintenance case and can get monthly maintenance.

I could have explained more if background is known to me.

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Child custody Child custody

The father of my son has not met him since birth. My son is to turn 5 years old. Will the father be eligible for custody of the child? The onus to prove the same lies on the mother or father?

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Posted 3 months ago


A. Dear Sir,
Father has no concern for the child for all these five years as such no Court can give custody of the child to the father.

I could have explained more if background is known to me. If background is made known in full then legal experts will be in position to understand correctly. Moreso, the background must be in brief.

Please give me FIVE STAR if satisfied by my answers.

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Regarding self living Regarding self living

When I am young I was with my father in custody but now my father is not interested in taking care of me now my age is 19 so can I go through self living without parental care ?

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Posted 4 months ago


A. If you are female then you are a major as per the law and free to decide what you want to do with your life and next moves. No law prohibits you from living separately if you can mange the financial affairs.

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Can Father marry against the child's wish in India? Can Father marry against the child's wish in India?

Can a father marry again after his first wife is passed away.. without the complete consent of his child from the First marriage..and can the father force the child to not keep the picture of his depa

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Posted 4 months ago


A. Dear Client,

The second marriage of the man after the death of his first wife shall be a valid marriage. If the couple wishes to have a religious marriage governed by Hindu law, then the non-Hindu partner must convert to Hinduism. Another option is to have a civil marriage under the Special Marriage Act which facilitates marriages between any two people, including members of any two religious communities. It does not involve conversion and also permits people to avoid various complications tha ...ReadMore

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Minor marraige case Minor marraige case

Hy i m 17years old girl and i got married in temple to a boy whome i love and i m the victim and that boy is the accused and a cased is filed against my husband by the victims mother section164crpc an

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Posted 4 months ago


A. Hi,
It will amount to child marriage and it is a punishable offense. The Prohibition of Child Marriage Act of 2006 prohibits the solemnization of marriage of a boy who is less than 21 years of age and a girl who is less than 18 years of age.
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Ayantika Mondal @ Prime Legal

Ayantika Mondal @ Prime Legal