Check out your matrimonial problem commonly faced in our country
i) If you are just married and find that your husband is a violent person who beats you and abuses you or makes demands of dowry. You have not told any body about it for fear of repercussions and the emotion trauma that it may cause your parents and family. You want to know where you stand legally and what you can do about it.
ii) You find that you or a loved one has been tricked into a marriage by misrepresenting and providing false information. You found out about the fraud only after the marriage. You do not want to remain married with such a person. Can you seek a divorce?
iii) Your marriage is a failure. Every attempt to revive it has been unsuccessful. You want a divorce to start your life afresh but your spouse is not ready to grant a divorce at any cost. What can you do. Is your problem serious enough for the court to grant you divorce? What are the grounds on which a person can seek a divorce?
iv) Can a divorce can be granted out of court by mutual agreement. How soon can such a divorce be granted What does the law says if a person does not obtain a divorce from the court but decides to remarry. Would such a marriage be valid?
v) Your marriage has been a story of physical abuse, domestic violence and misbehaviour in which numerous compromises have taken place and have been broken. Despite all this you do not want to end your marriage as you still want to remain married to the same person. You want to know if there is any way by which pressure can be exerted upon your spouse and his family to see reason, so that your marriage can be saved.
vi) You find that after marriage, things have gone bad. You and other family members such as parents or brothers are being accused of beatings, dowry and torture and other heinous crimes of which you and your family are totally innocent. Your spouse is threatening police action by filing false complaints against you and your family. What can you do to defend yourself?
vii) Both the parties to the marriage find that they are incompatible with each other and have amicably decided to end the marriage by mutual consent. Is it possible to decide all outstanding issues such as maintenance, return of dowry articles or permanent alimony in the final settlement of divorce?
viii) You have a matrimonial problem and want to know whether you can settle all matters in a lok adalat without resorting to litigation. You also want to know what role a family court can play. Is it possible to reach a lasting settlement with your spouse if the matter between the parties is settled before the police or women cell? What would be the legal value of such a compromise or settlement reached before the police? Is it binding or can such a compromise be broken in a court of law.
ix) You a housewife have been virtually abandoned by your husband who refuses to look after and maintain you even though he has the means to do so. Can you seek maintenance from your husband? If so to what extent? How such long will such maintenance last? Can it be enhanced? If there is any minor child is he or she too entitled to any maintenance?
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