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Hello, I have married from last 1 year. after 5 month from marriage my wife told me for live in big house in city. and also told me that she don't want live with my parents. she is at her parents house after 6 month from my marriage. She also threatened me for suicide. i don't have any proof for threatened about suicide but i have call recording that my father in law said me to live alone from my parents and live with my wife only. I am the only single son of my parents how can i leave the
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Posted on 16th Feb, 2019
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Advocate Rajkumar
Answered on 18-Feb-19
First u decided to with whom you want to join the company ..with ur parents or wife If with parents than provide separate accommodation to ur wife....first u decided
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Advocate Mohd
Answered on 17-Feb-19
आपकी पत्नी अगर आपकी बिना मर्ज़ी के अपने मायके में रह रही है वो अपने पतिव्रता धर्म को नही निभा रही है तो आप फैमली कोर्ट में restitution of conjugal rights का वाद दायर कर दे |
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Advocate Ajay
Answered on 16-Feb-19
A happy marriage is a harbour in the tempest of life an unhappy marriage a tempest in the harbour of life, more and more people are realising the reality of their relationships, and accepting divorce as the rational choice to a better life necessary premised on better relationships. Wife is not merely a grihapatni but also dharmpatni and sahadharmini. With the marriage emerging as an exclusive union, the wife's position was that of mother of her husband‟s legitimate children, of 'patrani' or the chief house keeper and of the superintendent of the females slaves, who were more often then not the concubines of husband. If one party leaves the matrimonial home with the consent of the other party, he or she is not guilty of desertion. When the parties are living apart from each other under a separation agreement, or by mutual consent, it is a clear consent of living away with the consent of the other. Repeated threats to commit suicide is a ground for divorce, If repeated threats are given by the wife and if preparations for suicide are made, though having no intention to commit, but with an intention to create a pressure or with a view to gain the expected result from the husband, then it amounts to cruelty . So in your case try to settle the matter amicably with the help of Close friends or realties. Divorce allows a person to break free from an onerous marital relationship. But since marriage is not merely a contract but a very important societal institution. The law has an interest in protecting marriage, and not allowing it to be severed only by choice and on ordinary wear and tear. Since society in countries like ours takes special interest in protecting it – In our country to get a divorce one needs to prove certain grounds for eg : cruelty/adultery/desertion etc. Known as matrimonial offences.
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