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Action on post dvc order-possiblity of filing the defamation

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kunal   14 October 2015

I agree with with Ravi and Gyan Prakash

@ Rajesh.. Just wait and this is not a right time to file defamation 


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50% cases would disappear if lawyers were not there

SAINATH DEVALLA (LEGAL CONSULTANT)     14 October 2015

90% of the cases disappear

ADVOCATE TRILOK (CRIMINAL family PROPERTY topfreind@gmail.com )     20 September 2016

It is a myth that laws are one sided or favour woman or advocates are culprits to harrass husbands.

 

There are sufficient safeguards in the law that no harm can be done to men if fought properly.

 

You do not want to hire a better advocate and do not want to do hard work to find and present evidence before court and suffer.

 

NO LAW SAYS AND NO COURT WILL SAY THAT WIFE SHOULD BREAK THE MARRIAGE AND LIVE ALONE AND GET BENEFIT OF DOLES FROM HUSBAND.

 

You and any body else can easily TELL  in the court that you are docile husband fulfilling all the wishes of the wife and ready to it now . The matter will end. But your ego hurts stoked by irresponsible relatives and you go on finding faults , faults and faults without any evidence. Court want evidence which is not there with you.

 

I will give simple example that wife blames you are drunkard and due to guilt complex and ego you demand evidence and here you are trapped.

 

You may be drinking but your wife may be having most vulgar talks in kitty parties. Bring this evidence they are talking of drugs, drinks and group s*x. YOU WILL WIN THE BATTLE PROVIDED YOU CAN BRING EVIDENCE. Which is otherwise easy since go in any kitty party of women and you get these loose talks, since it human and effect of TV.

 

 

Our group of advocate bring sucessful results without blaming the law or courts.


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