Husband & wife financial accounts


Hi,

 

Suppose if husband & wife both are working (earning),

 

-Can an agreement (or MoU) can be made between husband & wife stating that:

-> the financial accounts of both of them will be different.

-> No one will be dependent on each other.

-> No one will claim / fight for share in other's income or property.

-> Both of them can nominate their parents / siblings for their property instead of spouse.

-> all the home (household) expenses as well as expenses for childrens' upbringing will have to be shared by both of them equally.

 

Is it possible legally?

 

Because even though wives earn, they want to extort money from husbands misusing women oriented laws.

 
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LEGAL CONSULTANT

Is the marriage on the rocks?

Yes they can very well enter into an agreement on a 100 Rupee stamp paper and let them get it registered to avoid future complications.

 

 

 

 

 
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Yes.. going through turbulence...

 

Can these above mentioned conditions be put into it?

If so, then the wife can't demand maintenance (crpc 125) from husband. Is it correct?

 

One of my known lawyer said it is of no use. Court does not accept it.

And with this agreement also you will have to waste many years fighting court case with allegations & counter allegations.

 

Will this be called pre-nuptial (or nuptial)  agreement? because pre-nuptial agreement is not valid in india.

 
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LEGAL CONSULTANT

Legally our discussion is not valid.Better get separated through MCD and share the responsibilities of children.

 
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Thank you Sainath for the reply...

 

Do other experts in this forum have different opinion or piece of knowledge about it?

 
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Experts... Kindly advise me in this regard..

 
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Divorce Court marriage criminal civil lawyer in jalandhar

agreement can be made

 
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LEGAL CONSULTANT

Mr.Lokesh,

How far it is valid legally?

 
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@Advocate Lovkesh Gupta:

Is it leagally valid?

Will it be called pre-nuptial / nuptial agrrement? Because I heard that nuptial agreement is not valid in india.

 
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Experts,

Kindly give your opinions about it.

 
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