icon can I hide my pervious marriage after the death of first husband

I want to cancel and hide my marriage registration because my first husband died 3years back


A. Dear Client,
If your spouse has died, and you have not remarried, then you are considered unmarried. It may seem odd and you may still consider yourself as married. However, in the eyes of the law, your marriage ended when your spouse died. there is no provision as such for cancellation of the marriage certificate. There is no provision as such for cancellation of the marriage certificate. Once the registration is finalized, then it will be considered as a legally wedded marriage. Therefore, the ...ReadMore

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icon My fathers brother willed his property to mother

My fathers brother willed his property to mother . She gave it to my father vide an affidavit . Thereafter , my father got the property transferred to his name . All brothers and sister signed the aff


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Profits from selling of immovable properties like residential property after 24 months qualify as long-term capital gains (LTCG) and are taxed @ 20%. If the property is sold within 24 months, it falls under short-term capital gains (STCG) and is taxed based on the individual's tax slab. The Seller has to buy only residential property to save tax on capital gains arising out of the sale of that property. Section 54 of the Income Tax Act, 1961 offers tax exemption on LTCG if the foll ...ReadMore

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icon Inter religion marriage

I am 33yrs old female, I got married 8months ago with a Muslim guy and got converted also we did nikah and living with my parents as they are not aware of it. I wanted to tell them but I am not able


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A marriage between individuals of different religions, castes, creeds, or nationalities needs to be solemnized and registered under the Special Marriage Act, 1954, to be legally valid and enforceable. As an adult woman, you have the right to make decisions about your life. Contrary to the misconception that a woman becomes solely a member of her matrimonial house after marriage, it is essential to communicate openly with your parents and proceed with your choice to live with your ...ReadMore

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icon Parents harassed by son and daughter-in-law

My grandparents have two children my mom and her younger brother. Before getting married he was in a number of debts and now I think they are more. Due to his debts, he had kept my grandmother's and s


A. Dear Client,
In the current situation, your grandparents have various legal remedies available to address their crisis and seek relief from the harassment they are facing. Here are some options:

File a Complaint under the Domestic Violence Act, 2005:
Your grandfather can file a complaint against their son and daughter-in-law under the Domestic Violence Act, 2005. This act provides protection to individuals facing domestic violence and abuse.

Application under Maintenance and Welfare of Parent ...ReadMore

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If your girlfriend has deceived you regarding marriage intentions, it's important to communicate openly with her to understand the reasons behind her change of plans. If resolution seems unlikely, consider seeking advice from friends, family, or a counselor to navigate through the emotional challenges. Remember, seeking support from trusted individuals and professionals can be beneficial during such times.

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icon Family - charged me us 377 ipc and on my father us 345 ipc

First of all..Thank you sir for your guidance. I have query, yesterday charge Framed on me and my family in which my sister discharge and charged me u/s 377 ipc and on my father u/s 345 ipc. Advocat


A. Both the charges against you and your father are difficult to prove but as the FIR is registered you have to take anticipatory bail as there might be chances that you might be arrested on the next date so before the 3rd date comes get yourself anticipatory bail from a good lawyer you will have to pay a fine to the court which may vary from RS. 10,000/- to Rs. 40,000/- or with 2 or more sureties.

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icon I want purchase my dead grandfather flat

My grandfather dead. I want purchase the grandfather flat. Total 3 sons (including my father) and 2 unties. I will give money to all and purchase the flat. ...What is procedure..


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The process of purchasing the flat from the estate may involve several steps, and it's important to approach it legally and transparently. Here's a general guide, but keep in mind that the specifics may vary based on your location and local laws:
1. Property Valuation: The value of the flat needs to be determined. This may involve getting a professional appraisal to assess the fair market value of the property.
2. Communication with Heirs: Communicate with the other heirs (your fa ...ReadMore

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icon Is 125 maintainable with Sec. 9

Wife filed false 498A with 379, 3/4 DP, etc cr. cases, DVC and RCR, 125 in the exact order, on me and my extended family members. How should I present my argument in the court that I can't live with t


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Seek advice from a family law attorney who can help you navigate the legal complexities of the cases filed against you. They can guide you on the best approach to present your arguments in court.

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icon Safety for senior citizen from their own sons

My sons and their wives threatened me for property they have removed me from my own house


A. Dear Client,
In the prevailing situation, you can resolve the issue by exercising your rights available under different laws of the land. Amongst others, the following legal remedies are available to you to resolve the crisis in the right way. You can file a complaint against your son and daughter-in-law under the Domestic Violence Act, 2005, and can file an application under Section 5 of the Maintenance and Welfare of Parents & Sr. Citizens Act, 2007 before the maintenance tribunal presided ov ...ReadMore

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icon Family

My wife filed case in 2020 after 3 month of marriage and maintenance order passed on dec 2023.they refuse to settle and no child born. We discussed from other advocates most of them said to file false


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After the disposal of a criminal case by the Court with an order of maintenance, your claim or complaint of a false case may not stand or be admitted to being an afterthought action with ulterior motives to make the order of a competent Court unenforceable on either pretext. The complaint of false allegation should have been made during the proceeding of the criminal suit. So, you are now estopped from raising such an allegation. Further, in the absence of any cogent ground or evide ...ReadMore

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