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What assistance you can provide and what advance actions I could take before my in-laws gone too far?

I currently live in the UK with my wife and 7-year-old daughter. We are all Indian nations. I have filed a divorce in the UK which nearly at the final stage. My wife has severe mental illness currently being treated in the UK. She also currently facing trial in the UK Court for an assault charge. It is highly likely that my in-laws, who live in Kolkata, would try to take to revenge on me misusing Indians laws. This would mean I could get into trouble when I visit India or trouble for my extend
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Posted on 6th Dec, 2018
Advocate Pranesh
Answered on 28th Dec, 2018
You have not mentioned in your query where marriage took place, please contact me on 9213389446 or pranesh723@gmail.com then only I can provide full assistance.
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Advocate Anurodh
Answered on 18th Dec, 2018
The thing is that they wont be able to misuse any laws aginst you you will be having a valid degree of divorce from the UK court and also get certified court copies of orders in the matter of assault case against your wife which will establish the fact in indian courts that your wife was ill and dangerous for your own being.
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