Amita Chaudhary's Expert Profile

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About me

Primarily Handling Litigation work at Supreme Court of India, High Court of Delhi, Other Courts & Tribunal at Delhi.



    What kinds of questions I can and can't answer?
    I can answer query in relation to Civil matter, Matrimonial, Service matter but i cannot reply the Income Tax matter, Customs, etc

    My area of expertise
    Service & labour, RTI, Matrimonial, Civil Litigation

    My experience in the area (years):
    5 years

    Organizations I belong to:
    Surge Laws

    Publications or writing which has appeared :
    Reported judgments

    Educational credentials:
    LLM, LLB Delhi University

    Award & Honors:
    None

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  • kiran rathee says : marital dispute
    the husband was a mechanical engineer in HONDA COMPANY.. and the girl is M.SC maths but she used to live at home. the girl child was born in sept 2006 out of this wedlock.. the nature of wife was not good as she always had some problem with others.. she even used to fight with her husband on small issues. eg i'll not prepare food or always order from outside, never gave breakfast to her husband after having three maids.. but the husband always had a compromising nature and never said anything to her.. he just wanted to live happily with her at any cost.. but she always used to fight on petty issues.. she even don't like his parents and other members of the family.. she just wanted to live alone.. she was not happy to see anyone from her husband's family. the husband's family never interfered in their matter and were not aware of the issues between their son and daughter-in-law .. the disputes heightened b/w husband and wife and finally the husband left his job in 2008 and started living at home and the wife left her matrimonial home and went to their parental home.. the boy's parents came to know about their fight but they managed to bring them home in bhiwani and asked them to live peacefully.. but again after few days she started fighting with her husband and now also with in-laws without any reasons but the boy's parents never said anything as all members of the the family are highly educated and reputed too.. but she was not ready to live with them and again left her in-laws home in april 2010 and filed a case under domestic violence Act,2005.. the in-laws even don't know that on what basis she filed the above said case. they went to girl's home and asked to live happy with her husband wherever she likes but she refused.. the husband tried alot to solve his marital dispute but still she is not agreeing to live with him.. she is asking for property out of her in-laws property and want to live alone in that house without her husband but now after filing a false case against all of them, the in-laws are not ready to take her back home .. but the lady want to live there only on the first floor of that house without her husband.. the wife, at present is lecturer of mathematics in college and she get this job because of her father-in-law as he is the head of that college, he also helped her in studies of M.PHIL but she can never understand the value of family and family relations.. her parents never said anything to her even on her mistake and used to abuse boy's family.. now the husband also don't want to live with that lady and want to take divorce from her.. as he don't want to let suffer his parents anymore because of that lady.. please tell me what are the remedies available to us..what we have to do? how can i help my aunty, uncle..?? thank you.

  • Atuliya says : Hi
    Thank you so very much for your reply to the query on TP posted by me. It is sad that the SC judges do not attempt at creating / maintaining the scales of balance and are generally tilted towards the wife... I have always wondered why?? But there have been judges with spine and a mind of their own who have tried to correct the situation as and when they could. Thanks again. Maybe we can meet someday and hopefully work together on an issue. Regards, Atuliya

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