Divorce or Reunion related Divorce or Reunion related

My daughter got married last year June 2020 within a month her husband and his family dropped my daughter to my house. He is a womaniser, he spoiled her life. She is totally depressed and wants to con

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A. Dear client
You can file a case for restitution of conjugal rights against husband and domestic violence against concern persons who are creating disturbance . Simultaneously claim for maintainance . Characterassasination is also a ground of cruelty so if they accepting and taking it a ground then you can also take this ground as torture ground against you.

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What remedy does my son have to get a divorce from her? What remedy does my son have to get a divorce from her?

My daughter in law walked out on my son on 17th October 2019 just after 1.6 years of marriage and is staying separately since then. They were staying away from us due to their jobs. Reason: 1. Irrecon

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A. Your son can file divorce case and for filing divorce case your son does not require any consent or permission from his wife. Your daughter in law has every right to oppose the divorce petition filed by your son and also to refute allegations as would be levelled by your son seeking divorce. Your daught in law is also entitled to maintenance, independent residence, alimony and other legal remedies.

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What is 13(1) a, how long does it take to get divorce. What would be the cost for it. What is 13(1) a, how long does it take to get divorce. What would be the cost for it.

What is 13 1 a, how long does it take to get divorce. What would be the cost for it.

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Posted 5 months ago


A. Hello Client,

Under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 both the husband and the wife have been given a right to get their marriage dissolved by a decree of divorce with the help of divorce lawyer U/s Section 13. The Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 provides two ways to obtain divorce from your spouse.

one of them is Contested Divorce- contested divorce is when you want a divorce against your spouse, U/s Section 13 of the Act provides for 15 grounds under which a spouse can file for Contested Divorce in Indi ...ReadMore

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Sidhaarth  S

Sidhaarth S

Mutual Divorce - Petition Withdrawal due to Reunion Mutual Divorce - Petition Withdrawal due to Reunion

We (Husband and wife) were coerced and brainwashed by relatives for mutual divorce and we have filed for the same in court and both of us appeared before family court judge. Within two months, we hav

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Posted 5 months ago


A. Hello Client,

Firstly, Congratulations to you both.
if you don't appear before the court then the case will be dismissed after a certain time on the ground.
but it's better to withdraw the case.
there are many pro bono legal services you can apply to.
you may also visit the court and ask for help on the next date.

Thank You.

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Mrighankhi  Chakraborty

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Ankita  Jaiswal

Ankita Jaiswal

Notice sent to move back with husband Notice sent to move back with husband

My friend has not been staying with her husband for over 4 years now. She had moved to her father's house after her baby was born. The husband has not bothered to meet the child nor spent a single pen

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Posted 5 months ago


A. Hello Client,

Your Friend may try to solve the dispute with her husband with the help of family or common friend or any advocate in such case.
if the husband denise from agreeing upon any mutually established conditions then she may file for a maintenance case before the court for her and the child.

Thank You.

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Maintenance from husband needed to support my daughters. Maintenance from husband needed to support my daughters.

37 meri two daughters 10 and 8 Maine pgdca kiya hua hai. Meri badi beti disable child hai cp child. Choti fourth class main Hai. Mere husband ki half salary Mujhe mile because Badi beti ko sambhaalna

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Posted 5 months ago


A. If you want to proceed legally than file a maintenance petition against your husband under section 125 of Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 after issuing him legal notice and if he doesn't comply with your claims, If you don't want to proceed legally than you can approach a good and trustworthy babysitter woman and entrust your children with babysitter from morning to evening if you deem fit and start working. Thank you.
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Maintenance issues Maintenance issues

My wife filed false FIR with 9 IPC INCLUDING 307,354,354A,498. Then filed interim maintenance of 30K per month till case is over.she was with me for 34 days in marriage n didn't hv any physical relati

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A. You can file a petition for marriage to be "null and void " on the ground of your marriage is not consummated. Secondly, maintenance should be calculated on the basis of your income and other expenses and liability with that it also checks her education and work and ability to maintain herself. So we need more information for giving perfect advice for maintenance.

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Seeking consultation regarding filing divorce or annulment Seeking consultation regarding filing divorce or annulment

I got married recently. We belong to Muslim community. I discovered my husband is absolute impotent and he concealed this fact at the time of marriage. How to proceed, whether I should seek annulment

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Posted 5 months ago


A. Hi,
Under Muslim law, a marriage can be ended by the death of either the husband or the wife, or by divorce. Fask's hypothesis is repealed, repealed, repealed, repealed, repealed, repealed, repealed, repealed, repealed, repealed, repealed, repeale Prior to the introduction of the Marriage Dissolution Act, Muslim women could only use the Fask doctrine to dissolve their marriage. Because the marriage hasn't been consummated, there would be no problem. Section 2 of the Muslim Marriage Act states th ...ReadMore

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450 days delayed Written Statement and no affidavit since past 5 years 450 days delayed Written Statement and no affidavit since past 5 years

Dear Sir/Madam, I have the below concern. Please let me know on the same. In my pendin Divorce case from past 5 years, respondent wife party have submitted her written statement after 1.5 year which i

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A. You can question the act of court in allowing wife to file written statement after prescribed period. Latest supreme court judgement also confirm that reply should not be accepted veyong prescribed period. You can also question act of court taking the same on record.

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Divorce for sexless life Divorce for sexless life

Hello, I got married on 26th April 2021, and till date I didn't had sex with my wife, as she is refusing for it. I waited almost 2 years educated her, took her to the doctors, counselling and all, now

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Posted 5 months ago


A. Hello
You cannot force your wife to have sexual relations with you forcefully. You must have patience. Although if you want to filr for divorce you could do so by filing a divorce petition under the hindu marriage act. Also you must have been living seperately for atleast 1 years to file for divorce.
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