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What are the precautions should be taken while considering to take divorce from the spouse?

Hi I'am considering to take divorce from my wife with whom I got married 4 months back, as It was a marriage forced upon me by my parents, unknown to them that I have a girlfriend. Now I'am finding it extremely difficult to cope up with her and unable to give her all that what a wife deserves. Now I wanted to know if I file for divorce, is it possible that her family frames me in some false cases. Also, If I go out with my girlfriend, does that put me in any kind of trouble? Please help me out,
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Posted on 21-Sep-18
Advocate Ramesh
Answered on 26-Sep-18
You are a coward. You ruined the life of a innocent girl and seeking a reply to your wrong deeds. Before one year you cannot file a Divorce and if you file a divorce, you have to pay alimony to your wife.
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Advocate Anuj
Answered on 22-Sep-18
Hi. There are few things that you would need to understand regarding Divorce. 1) You will have to be separated and residing separately for a period of 1 year before you can initiate Divorce proceedings. 2) In this case , it appears that the marriage has been forced upon you, however you need to understand that it's not in your interests to be seen openly roaming around with your girlfriend. For all you know at this point your wife is collecting evidence against you to prove your infidelity before Court. I have frequently seen investigators having been hired and whatsapp messages, texts, videos, public meetings are recorded and placed before Court ( This will harm you significantly and financially when Court awards maintenance costs to your wife). 3) You will have to bring forth your case before Court about your wife's unreasonable behavior in order to proceed with a Divorce Case. This can be completed once I have a further understanding of your situation. Do contact for further information and guidance.
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Advocate Anuj
Answered on 22-Sep-18
Hi. There are few things that you would need to understand regarding Divorce. 1) You will have to be separated and residing separately for a period of 1 year before you can initiate Divorce proceedings. 2) In this case , it appears that the marriage has been forced upon you, however you need to understand that it's not in your interests to be seen openly roaming around with your girlfriend. For all you know at this point your wife is collecting evidence against you to prove your infidelity before Court. I have frequently seen investigators having been hired and whatsapp messages, texts, videos, public meetings are recorded and placed before Court ( This will harm you significantly and financially when Court awards maintenance costs to your wife). 3) You will have to bring forth your case before Court about your wife's unreasonable behavior in order to proceed with a Divorce Case. This can be completed once I have a further understanding of your situation. Do contact for further information and guidance.
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Advocate Anuj
Answered on 22-Sep-18
Hi, There are few things that you would need to understand regarding Divorce. 1) You will have to be separated and residing separately for a period of 1 year before you can initiate Divorce proceedings. 2) In this case , it appears that the marriage has been forced upon you, however you need to understand that it's not in your interests to be seen openly roaming around with your girlfriend. For all you know at this point your wife is collecting evidence against you to prove your infidelity before Court. I have frequently seen investigators having been hired and whatsapp messages, texts, videos, public meetings are recorded and placed before Court ( This will harm you significantly and financially when Court awards maintenance costs to your wife). 3) You will have to bring forth your case before Court about your wife's unreasonable behaviour in order to proceed with a Divorce Case. This can be completed once I have a further understanding of your situation. Do contact for further information and guidance.
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Advocate Anuj
Answered on 22-Sep-18
Hi, There are few things that you would need to understand regarding Divorce. 1) You will have to be separated and residing separately for a period of 1 year before you can initiate Divorce proceedings. 2) In this case , it appears that the marriage has been forced upon you, however you need to understand that it's not in your interests to be seen openly roaming around with your girlfriend. For all you know at this point your wife is collecting evidence against you to prove your infidelity before Court. I have frequently seen investigators having been hired and whatsapp messages, texts, videos, public meetings are recorded and placed before Court ( This will harm you significantly and financially when Court awards maintenance costs to your wife). 3) You will have to bring forth your case before Court about your wife's unreasonable behaviour in order to proceed with a Divorce Case. This can be completed once I have a further understanding of your situation. Do contact for further information and guidance.
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Advocate Ashish
Answered on 21-Sep-18
Already answered above. Kindly see that.
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Advocate Ashish
Answered on 21-Sep-18
Yes, there are chances that you will be framed up in several false cases but there are precautions which if you take within time you will end up saving yourself as well as your family from harassment and false court cases. If your wife knows about your girlfriend, it can be a great trouble for you. You can call me at 9968067817 for fixing up a meeting to discuss the pros and cons and further plan of action. Regards Ashish Dhingra Advocate
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