My sister commited suicide four years ago. Thinking about child's future and need for a father we didn't file case against my sister's husband. Me and my parents took care of her son. One year back the man got remarried so we I were supposed to give our
They don't feed him properly. Also he gets beaten my his dad, step mother and step brother. Often when we meet what our son say is that he is hungry. Now they don't let us speak to him or see him.
Posted on 28th Jul, 2018
Answered on 29th Jul, 2018
This is my response to you:
1. File a case for custody under the Guardians and Wards Act;
2. Do it immediately;
3. Collect evidence of torture being given to your nephew;
4. If your sister committed suicide for that reason then you have all the more merit in your case.
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I have taken mutual divorce from my wife.I am paying Rs 12000 per month for maintenance for kids to my Ex wife.Now, i have left my house where my mother was residing.She sold her house in 45 lacs .She give a gift of rs 25 lacs to my sister & transferred Rs 20 lacs her sister for earning Interest @ 1% per month.I am now living separately from my mother.
I am working as an accountant in private firm where I got 20000 per month salary out of which I am paying Rs 12000 per month as Child Maintenance to my x wife.
Now My mother has filed a maintenance case against me.
How much money I have to pay to my mother as monthly maintenance if I looses the case/ Call me at 7009366587 for further details
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