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My father threatens my mother even without divorce that he won't pay for the family and he will set a limit by court. Is it legally possible without divorce?

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A. As per law a wife is entitled maintenance and can file petition if husband is not paying under section 125 of Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 but a husband has no provision in law to file petition for denying payment of maintenance or to set limit over the same. Thank you.
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Want legal openion on father Want legal openion on father

Want legal openion on seperation from father who mentally harrased men by being very toxic and controlling they indirectly did it..now I just wanna break all ties with him so that he don't have any ri

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A. Hi,
If you are 18 year old or above, you can choose not to stay with your parents and stay away from them. The relationship between father and son can't be separated legally but it is up to you whether you want to live with them or not.
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My wife  is making me mentally disturbed by thinking wrongly about me. My wife is making me mentally disturbed by thinking wrongly about me.

What can I do now? Shall I file the police complaint first?

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A. Hi,
1) You can try and sort this out amicably by talking to her and clearing any misunderstandings.
2) You also have an option to file for divorce on the basis of mutual grounds if things get really hard.
3) Suggest you to seek help from a therapist and consult a councillor to help fix your marriage.
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Threatening By Brothers Wife Threatening By Brothers Wife

My Brother's Wife Making Everyday headach with her doubts on our family insulting with her words she continuously saying that some one said about our family badly and insulting my brother and making b

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A. Hi,
1) A case of defamation can be registered against the people who have spread such rumours
2) looking at the current facts of the case, going for a divorce would be the safest option considering the safety of your brother and his life. You can try counselling and try to fix the marriage but legally, a decree of divorce would be the safest option. You can file for divorce on mutual grounds.
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Reconciliation with wife Reconciliation with wife

I had dispute with my wife & we are living separately from last 7 months. Earlier She had approached police 2 times but no FIR was launched. She also gave me threat for suicide. My parents had to l

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A. Yes definitely, for your security for future incidences you should make the MOU with proper legal advice. As you mentioned in your facts of case regarding two times visit police station attempt to suicide,in such case you have to compulsory prepared the Memorandum Of Understanding.

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IPC 498A case ongoing vs Sec. 9 HM Act Petition by Wife IPC 498A case ongoing vs Sec. 9 HM Act Petition by Wife

IPC 498A Case by Wife (absolutely false allegations, petty issues after 10 yrs of marriage) is still going on. Evidence not started. Am on Bail. My Wife (at present in parents house) filed Sec.9 HM

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A. If she is not going to take back or help you in quashing the 498A case then the court should understand your predicament when your lawyer keeps the point straightforward to the court. It is like she wants to eat the cake and have it too. At one hand she wants to send you to jail and other hand she wants to live with you.
Your lawyer can very well argue in the court and get the order in your favour.

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Does a husband has right to request the company to provide wife's maternity details Does a husband has right to request the company to provide wife's maternity details

Hi Sir, My wife has left me and put several wrong cases against me in 2018. Since 2019 May she stopped coming to courts. We happen to go to to her company in Feb 2020 and we spoke with her HR and sh

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A. Sir, as per the case details mentioned by you, if she is absent continuously from the court proceedings and as per your enquiry she is on leave you can make an application for sending summons to the company address. on that company will accept the summon or they may deny it. If they accept it and she will not remains present in court then in such circumstances you can move another application regarding her attendance details from the company. Accordingly, you can achieve your object.

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RIGHTS OF LEGAL HEIRS & WIFE (CHRISTIANS) RIGHTS OF LEGAL HEIRS & WIFE (CHRISTIANS)

I have been married for 26 years now and due to domestic violence that escalated into my husband hitting me and my daughter (who was in the middle of a work meeting) forced me to take a step towards t

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A. Generally speaking, the provisions of The Indian Succession Act, 1925 are applicable in matters of succession in Christians. A husband has no right to inherit the property of a divorced wife. In case of a judicial separation under the Indian Divorce Act, 1869, the property of the wife would devolve upon her legal heirs as if her husband were dead. But also, under the act, in case of a Christian daughter, she has no pre-existing right in the family property and her rights arise when her parents d ...ReadMore

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498a and DP 4 Lok Adalat in Telangana 498a and DP 4 Lok Adalat in Telangana

Hello Experts, Can someone please confirm if after a Lok Adalat settlement happens in a 498a and DP 4 cases (compoundable in state of Telangana), can I approach the Honb'l HC to get it quashed

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A. Hello Sir
Section 498-A IPC is non-compoundable. Non-compoundable offences are those where the court cannot record the compromise between the parties and drop charges against the accused.
Thus, your lok Adalat settlement is not valid and lok Adalat doesn't have any jurisdiction over a case of 498-A IPC. The High court would not quash the case of 498A on the basis of settlement decree of lok Adalat.
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Call recording Call recording

Some disputes are going on in my family and the matter has gone to court. And I have saved very important call recordings ,which I saved accordingly to topic. Will it be vaild in court. Because I rena

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A. Hi,
Call recordings/ videos and other digital evidences are valid and legally accepted evidences in court. If the other party is trying to make illegitimate claims and such recordings can be helpful in disregarding the claims, then the court allows you to submit them. Renaming the recordings does not make it invalid and the evidentiary value would be same as that to prior of renaming it.
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