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Wife has filed child custody petition and domestic violence case against husband on false grounds. Thereafter, husband filed divorce case against wife on cruelty grounds. Now, wife verbally told husba

Posted 1 week ago


A. As long the case is going she can't marry as that will be an invalid marriage. You maty try and file a case for injunction but since it is obvious that one can't marry the court will not be inclined to pass a judgement on figment of thoughts and guesswork. Also it will be a great dilemma for the court to pass an order for something which is already built in the law hence in m opinion the court shall not entertain your application.
As far as permanent injunction is concerned the court will never ...ReadMore
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My husband has Petioned to live with him I m also willing to live I already attended one counselling another counselling he did not appear he asked asked for mediation but he keeps on skipping dates i

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A. See restitution of conjugal rights are filed for two reasons;
1. The Petitioner wants that the spouse should come and stay with the petitioner as directed by the court.
2. To take advantage of the situation that the opposite side is not willing to come and after one year of passing the judgement the petitioner can file a case for divorce.

You let the court know that you have been appearing but the petitioner is not appearing and then he will not be able to take any undue advantage of this.
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Sir, My husband is from Orissa and I am from Andhra Pradesh. In the month of July he has filed Judicial Separation Section 10 Hindu Marriage Act. As presently I am staying with my parents in Andhra Pr

Posted 1 week ago


A. Since the separation case is family matter and the procedure is like a civil case hence it was allowed to be transferred but the procedure under the DV Act is like a criminal case and hence it will not be allowed to be transferred. In DV case the mother in law has filed a case which will be handled by local police and the magistrate. So, very rare chances of transfer.
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Due to some arguments I have hit my wife couple of times and she also hit me back and threatened she will hurt herself by taking knife but later we spoke mutually and apologised to each other and live

Posted 1 week ago


A. Dear Client,
If she decides to take legal action against you, you must take precautions to protect yourself from the negative consequences. You can keep a general diary (GD) with your local police department about everything so that if you are the subject of a criminal complaint, the police will not treat you unfairly. The rest of the action will be determined by what she does.
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Husband has married 2nd time (as per hindu customs and also registered legally in register office) by cheating that he was divorced from 1st wife. Bigamy case been registered in the criminal court af

Posted 2 weeks ago


A. Dear Sir,
Yes, she can file a divorce case to nullify the second marriage.

I could have explained more if background is known to me. I am at your service if you visit my office.

Please give me FIVE STAR if satisfied by my answers and you may approach me through Vidhikarya for further clarifications.
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Anonymous

If a son take the property of his father and don't look after his mother after death of his father then the mother can take a legal action against his son

Posted 1 month ago


A. Dear client,
The mother can claim for a maintenance by filing an application in the court under section 125 of the Code of Criminal Procedure. Even under the personal laws of Indu or Muslim, your mother can claim maintenance.
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Jay Shastri

I wanted to find out if I can do a court marriage if I am abroad, is it possible to sign a power of attorney under my fiancée's name and can it be used during court marriage, also if it can be used f

Posted 1 month ago


A. Your marriage has to be conducted under the Special Marriage Act,1954, as amended up to date. Power of Attorney cannot subserve your purpose. If the Marriage Registrar will permit you to sign the 30 days Notice of marriage from abroad and then to send it to India by post/ through Courier and thereafter the Bride can sign that Notice in front of the Marriage Registrar along with photographs and self attested identity proofs of both parties. After 30 days from the date of giving such Notice and wi ...ReadMore
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My mother had seen a girl for me thru a relative for my arranged marriage. On pressure from the girl's family, both families performed a simple ashirwaad ceremony, without any other legal/social marri

Posted 1 month ago


A. Dear Client,
You have a fundamental right to choose and decide. There is no marriage that has happened in your case and even if it did it would not be considered as the consent is forced. As you have filed a GD at the police station for your safety, you don't have to worry. Also, if you have proof about the attempt to suicide then it is recommended to submit them to the police station as it is an offence under the Indian Penal Code.
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hello i want to know that if there is any drugs son in the house and if i want to make him homeless from my property then what is the process for this

Posted 2 months ago


A. There is no law like that to force away a son from the house of if he is an addict then you can get him admitted to a rehabilitation centre for recovery. In case there is any signs of mental illness that can be proven then you file an application for Reception Order under Indian Mental Health Act, 1987, to a Magistrate to send him to an asylum.
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Is it illegal for a father to treat his son and daughter differently in India? For example, the son gets a brand new laptop with the best specifications according to his wants but the daughter receiv

Posted 2 months ago


A. Hi,
There are no such laws as those are something which is being done in love and affection towards the child. However, if a child is not getting basic necessities from the father, he/she can move legally.
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