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What are the legal consequences or is there any chance that my husband and family could file a case against me, if I'm going to runaway from my husband and family by informing them through a letter ab

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A. Dear Client,
If you feel you can manage outside without the support of your family for all your needs, nothing prevents or restricts you from walking out of your matrimonial home to look for the destiny of your choice. Therefore, you need to arrange for an independent source of income to live your life on your own terms. In the given situation, moving out or running away from home without informing your husband or his family cannot be a solution, instead that puts you in trouble and worse the s ...ReadMore

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Respected sir can i get share in my second step mother's land. Property is my father Ancestral


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An individual gets the right to ancestral property by birth. Typically, ancestral property refers to property that has been inherited for four or more generations and has not been divided or sold off. Since the property inherited by your father is explained as ancestral property, you are entitled to an equal share along with other legal heirs in the said ancestral property. Until and unless an undivided ancestral property is partitioned through a decree of partition passed by a Civ ...ReadMore

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I am married for seven years. For the first three years, we were staying at Mumbai, so the interference of my in laws were minimal, but again, they tried their best to control us over phone, which we


A. Dear Client,
Since your relationship with your husband is governed by the Hindu Marriage Act, the legal remedies to your present ordeals lie under the said Act. When the relationship between you and your in-laws becomes toxic and irretrievable, you being an economically independent woman may consider the following legal remedies to mitigate or resolve the issues that make you upset and unrest and nothing can prevent you from leading a life of your own choice. 1) you can file a complaint against ...ReadMore

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My parents gave my mothers earned money after her retirement to my brother-in-law to find a house in Kerala....He spend all the money and till now neither able to find home not giving money back...it'


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It is purely a cheating case and your mother has to lodge a complaint against him. If more years are passed nothing can be recovered from him.

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My husband appeared in first two dates & kept ranting that he wants to take me back. But he didn't attend third date as he was supposed to bring rent agreement of the flat we decided to live after com


A. Dear Client,
It seems like your husband is employing delay tactics in the legal proceedings. It is important to stay focused and consult with your lawyer regarding the best course of action moving forward. Given his behavior, it might be beneficial to gather all relevant evidence and documentation that support your case, including proofs of his previous marriage and any wrongdoings. If mediation has not yielded results and the final date set by the mediator is approaching, it may be necessary to ...ReadMore

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icon Family - My mother was a cancer patient

“My mother was a cancer patient until she died. My brother’s wife told my mother that she never wanted to come home. She challenged my mother that only after her death would she enter the house. M


A. Dear Client,
I am deeply sorry to hear about the distressing situation you and your family are facing. Given the complex family dynamics and the serious allegations involving potential threats of suicide, it is crucial to handle this situation with care. Indian law provides avenues to address these issues legally and protect your family.
First, you should consider filing a complaint with the local police to document the threats made by your brother’s wife. This can provide a legal record and p ...ReadMore

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icon 2 Indians - getting married in Denmark

Hello Sir/Ma'am, we are two Indians who have known each other for over 10 years. I live in Ireland, my fiance is in Germany. We came to study in these countries and now we work there. We plan to get m


A. Dear Client,
Yes, your marriage conducted in Denmark will be legally valid when you apply for a German Spouse Visa. Germany recognizes marriages performed in other countries, including Denmark, as long as they comply with the legal requirements of the respective country where the marriage takes place. However, it's essential to ensure that your marriage ceremony adheres to the legal formalities and requirements of Danish law. Additionally, when applying for a German Spouse Visa, you may need to ...ReadMore

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If someone touched us what will we do


A. Dear Client,
Your query requires more details to address it suitably. You expressed your situation but not a cause of action that attracts a legal remedy. It is a virtual platform where in the absence of a specific cause of action suitable legal remedies cannot be suggested based on the standalone situation/circumstances. So, please revert to us with more details and a cause of action that requires a legal remedy.

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icon Disowning son

I am Sunni Muslim and senior citizen of age about 68 years old want to disown my elder son aged 30 years old and also evict from my flat which is purchased by me only. What is the legal process.


A. Dear Client,
The parents can disown their adult children from their self-acquired property and not from the ancestral property. Even if the parents evict a child from their house, there is no legal concept of disowning an adult child in India. In the case of self-acquired property, the parents can disinherit a child by cutting him out of the will. However, in the case of ancestral property, the parents have no control over it since the child has a right to it by birth. Even, if the parents die ...ReadMore

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When parents toture a boy that boy can file a case against their parents


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Yes, a boy who is subjected to torture or abuse by his parents can file a case against them under relevant Indian laws. The Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act, 2012, and the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015, provide safeguards for children against abuse, exploitation, and violence, irrespective of gender. Additionally, the Indian Penal Code (IPC) contains provisions related to physical abuse, mental harassment, and cruelty, under whi ...ReadMore

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