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Helena Isha

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 ?

Posted 2 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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Anonymous

I am a college graduate having completed my master's now and happen to be in a relationship with a girl who is a minor. Her parents have refused to accept our relationship even though we are in no in

Posted 4 months ago


A. Dear Sir,
She may lodge Domestic Violence case and also civil suit restraining her parents and others from interfering with her person and property. She may marry you immediately if both of you crossed the prescribed age limit.

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My husband was married previously and had a son but after 3 months of the birth of his son he left his first wife and son due to my mother in law and sister in laws and dint get the custody..and now h

Posted 5 months ago


A. Dear Madam, Except adoption law you are entitled for custody of child and also file domestic violence case against your husband under general laws. Immediately get filed DV case under the provisions of domestic violence Act against him and his all family member thus take him under your control.
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My wife took my son to her parental home to other city without my permission and minor child's consent before 5 months. My son age is 8 years. my son want to live with me. there is no police complaint

Posted 5 months ago


A. File for custody or Visitation rights of child under Petition D at Family Court at Bandra in Mumbai but prior to that you will require to issue legal notice to your wife to settle for mutual settlement regarding joint custody of the child with physical custody with mother probably but free visitation to father if she doesn't agree only than file for contested matter. Thank you.
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Anonymous

I have filed hma-9 but my wife not responding at all. I need my daughter and for it, am I eligible to file guardianship case or child custody as my wife is not working and she mentioned in the court

Posted 5 months ago


A. Dear Sir,
You have to file child custody case claiming visitation rights.
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Anonymous

My wife is cheating on from three months she went to her friends in pretext of function later I came to know about the affair when I asked she said she will not come r give my son to me my problem i

Posted 5 months ago


A. Dear Sir,
You will get divorce and child without alimony if you can establish adultery.
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Anonymous

My wife has gone back to her parents house along with our 1 year baby, now she doesn’t want to come back until my family apologise to her false accusations of harassment, its been more than a month

Posted 5 months ago


A. 30k is not much to worry abt specially if she is also working.

You can file for divorce or RCR.
To see child, have to ask visitation rights from court.
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Anonymous

If mother is illetrate and father is mentally challenged, both are not leaving together now, in this case any person from father's family can get child Custody?

Posted 5 months ago


A. mother will get child custody
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they told me complete 600 forms in 5 days and they told it is for 18yrs and above and i was 16yrs , as a kid i cannot do the work an they also didnt check my dob and they started with the work id dand

Posted 6 months ago


A. daily 1-2 such questions comes on this portal for data entry fraud.
no need to pay anything.
Since you are minor then they have to worry.
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I stay in Hyderbad and My wife has committed adultery and very torturing in nature and i filed a Divorce on adultery grounds with relevant proofs since she was not ready for Mutual since she needs hu

Posted 6 months ago


A. As per the law mother is the natural guardian of a child and mostly she gets the custody unless it is proven that she is not capable and is of unchaste character. In your case since she has committed adultery so, her chances of getting the custody is minimal and also as your children are little grownup and they do not want to stay with her so in the court they can say that and you should in all probability get the custody of the children.
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