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I can't discuss regarding divorce with my husband since he is violent .. but I want to apply for divorce
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Divorce
Posted on 12th Sep, 2018
Advocate Ramesh
Answered on 26th Sep, 2018
What are you planning to do after divorce ? Where will you live ? plan it accordingly. Leave the place go to a much secured place and then file a Divorce. But before Divorce, you can file a 498-A case and a Domestic Violence case against your husband, if he is violent and torture you.
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Advocate Anuj
Answered on 22nd Sep, 2018
Hi, There are a few details which I would require before I can understand the complexity of your issues. 1) How long have you been married and if it's over 7 years? 2) Where are you residing and where does your spouse reside? Where is your matrimonial home? 3) Whether you have any evidence of wrong doing against you? ( This covers a large part of situations- It includes, whether you have any injury marks, any doctors reports, any FIR lodged against your spouse , any evidence of wrong doing on your spouse's part- It may involve infidelity, cruelty, mental/physical harassment, any recordings, photos) Even if you do not have the aforementioned evidence, rest assured, you can proceed with Divorce, however having such evidence helps your case immensely. Once I have ascertained these details, then I can guide you with how to proceed with filing such divorce matters before Court and ensuring that you are able to receive compensation/maintenance.
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Advocate Anuj
Answered on 22nd Sep, 2018
Hi, There are a few details which I would require before I can understand the complexity of your issues. 1) How long have you been married and if it's over 7 years? 2) Where are you residing and where does your spouse reside? Where is your matrimonial home? 3) Whether you have any evidence of wrong doing against you? ( This covers a large part of situations- It includes, whether you have any injury marks, any doctors reports, any FIR lodged against your spouse , any evidence of wrong doing on your spouse's part- It may involve infidelity, cruelty, mental/physical harassment, any recordings, photos) Even if you do not have the aforementioned evidence, rest assured, you can proceed with Divorce, however having such evidence helps your case immensely. Once I have ascertained these details, then I can guide you with how to proceed with filing such divorce matters before Court and ensuring that you are able to receive compensation/maintenance.
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Advocate Ashish
Answered on 21st Sep, 2018
No issues if he is violent, there are ways to tackle every kind of person. Rest assured we can go further for applying divorce with your husband but it requires discussion first to understand your case in detail. You may contact me at 9968067817 for fixing up a meeting to discuss in detail. Regards Ashish Dhingra Advocate
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Advocate Binita
Answered on 17th Sep, 2018
you can connect me for further discussion on my registered mobile number (9958454480) and feel free to discuss your matter.
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