Hindu marriage act section 9 Hindu marriage act section 9

Is it mandatory to attend court if you received section 9 notice under Hindu marriage act? If yes what would be the procedure and how how much would a experienced lawyer would charge fees? If he has s

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Posted 6 months ago


A. Dear Sir,
It is not mandatory to attend the Court but if once it is decreed the movables of the judgment debtor may be attached. The fee differ from city to city and advocate to advocate depending upon their experience which may range between Rs. 25,000/- to Rs. 50,000/- further Rs.1,000/- to Rs.3,000/- on every court hearing date.

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How to Withdraw from mutual consent How to Withdraw from mutual consent

I had filed one sided divorce which got dismissed and mutual divorce was filed when my husband asked. He tried for reconciliation but I was not ready. Statements got recorded and next is counselling.

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Posted 6 months ago


A. Aap apne advocate se contact kare unko sabhi baat bole ki ab me apni wife se divorce nhi lena chata hu. Aap apna statement kabhi bhi le sakte hai and court se bhi prayer kar sakte hai ki me wife ke sath rahana chata hu. Court aap ki prayer ko savikar kregi. Kyon ki court ka paryash bhi rahta hai ki married life ko surakshit kiya jae.
Jaida tension ki koi baat nhi hai.

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Need advice on the notice sent by husband Need advice on the notice sent by husband

Hi I am married woman with 6 year old son.Husbsnd used me financially and deserted me and son for more than a year..now he has sent some notice .need advice on that

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Posted 1 year ago


A. Dear Sir,
You have to protest such scrupulous notices and try to file multiple cases against him as all laws are in favour of married women thus you can bring him under your control

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Mother in law Torcher Mother in law Torcher

Hi Sir, My mother in law is asking for money ,jewels always.She is causing some problems at home and creating lots of problems between me and my husband.My husband is beating me for the sake of my mo

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Posted 1 year ago


A. Hi,
You can at first file a complaint in the police station for the mental torture and harassment by both your mother-in-law and your husband.
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Full Child Custody For Father If Mother Is Mentally Unfit Full Child Custody For Father If Mother Is Mentally Unfit

I want to take Mutual Divorce, married for 9 years and I have some queries. 1. How to start the process. Do we need different lawyers? 2. Custody laws - I have one son - 8 years old. I want his full c

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Posted 1 year ago


A. Hi,
Firstly, a joint petition for dissolution of marriage for a decree of divorce is to be presented to the family court by both the spouses on the ground stating that they have not been able to live together and have mutually agreed to dissolve the marriage. Both the parties will have to appear before the family court after the filing of the petition. However, there are few requisites for filing divorce online; Matters related to the separation of child custody, property, alimony and assets mu ...ReadMore

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Deliberate delay in filing Deliberate delay in filing

1. What should be done if the husband is deliberately delaying the process of mutual divorce for months? 2. Can mutual divorce filing be done without the presence of both the spouses, with just their

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Posted 1 year ago


A. You can very well serve a legal notice to your spouse, mentioning all the details of undertakings and terms of settlement with him. Sum up / conclude your legal notice with a stern warning to initiate punitive legal course against him. Wait for his reply as per time in notice. Then take advised legal action.

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