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Violation of Rights of Women and Children

The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights has reported 2404, 3281, 3340 and 2270 cases of violation of child rights in 2012-13, 2013-14, 2014-15 and 2015-16 (till 30.06.2015) respectively. The National Commission for Women has registered

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Divorce case

Posted by shraddha

Hi.. I am graduate and a working women. I got married in 2014. It was my love marriage. Since the very next day from my marriage life, i started suffering by physically and mentally problems from my husband & in-law family members. After a limit from every stress, I decided to stay separate from my husband and take divorce. After leaving husband's house, its almost 3 yrs and 7 months. I also filed my divorce case in bandra Family court on last Jul'16, For this also its almost more than one and half year. My next date is on Jan'18. In between the period of divorce case, 3 to 4 notice's are send to my husband and all the time he rejected it plus he was not present in any of the hearing / date. Now my lawyer gave the statement that by on coming hearing / date if my husband is again absent then I would get one sided divorce. In which I can remarry but husband should take my permission first to remarry. Is it true or not? My husband is also demanding that he wants all the gold jewellery plus all the dresses they gave to me in marriage.
Can u pls. suggest me or can you guide me...

1. the query which i asked about the one sided divorce on my favour?
2. Would it be liable that he can still demand and the court can accept it?
3. Remarry stage for me and for husband?
4. Would husband be liable to give me almony if I demand or not?
Any Other points or advise from your side.

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