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Law for Welfare of Senior Citizens

Concerned with the instances of neglect of old age parents by their children, the Government had enacted the Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act, 2007 in December, 2007 which, inter-alia, makes maintenance of parents/senior ci

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Posted by Nagesh Narayan

Dear Sir,
My friend's wife has walked out from her matrimonial house to a separate rented flat and insisting her husband to stay with him & she will pay the rental & agreement is on her name. She is not objecting him to support his parents. earlier, my friend has refused to move out of his parents place since he could not maintain two families at different place due to financial constraints.

Kindly provide a draft MOU since his wife is moody, abusive (bipolar) & argumentative. It is due to her & her parents pressure my friend is agreed, as the said rental place is a few blocks away from his parental home. she has promised that if non compatibility problem arises still both has decided to under go MCD. even though it may or may not help in case they decided to go for divorce, but something is always better in writing.

Pl help us in this regard with a draft & advise. As my friend does not want to loose his parents place as his matrimonial status as he is the only son staying & taking care of his parents.

Best Regards

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