All the above dear Sirs,
Out of necessity, I have studied law privately at the library of ILS Law college, Pune, by paying visitors fee, taken notes, studied the Evidence Act, CPC, IPC, Cr. P.C., DMC. Hindu Law, Hindu Succession act, Hindu Marriages Act, settled laws in High Courts and the Supreme Court etc. and hence know this.
It is always best to firstly file a Civil Suit against any Criminal Acts of your adversaries, since they will then have the option to appear and defend and in that, be required to commit their position in writing, on affidavit and you can then ask for more specific details of information of the facts hitherto unknown to you and appearing possible / plausible / probable upon reading their replies and also cross their witnesses, if any and also get a lot of more and new information from them, which will eventually help you to later file the Criminal Case against them, seeking the punishment for their criminal offence.
I have read this kind of suggestion impliedly made by a High Court in it's exemplary judgment, which I'm now following in my case against the Divorced wife and her relatives vide RCS No. 274 / 2013 in a junior civil court in Pune.
The Court fee for these kinds of suits and almost all kinds of civil suits is nearly about 5% of the amount / value claimed. I'm asking for Rs. 2 lakhs in compensation and for that have paid Rs. 8,450/- for court fees. I haven't appointed any lawyer and am fighting it on my own, but others shouldn't do it unless they have sufficient knowledge of legal procedures and settled law, since there are objections necessary and interpretation of facts to be shown in your favor, which only a legal expert can do.