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T Gangadhar   28 April 2020

divorce advice

Respected advocates,


I have filed case under section 13 (a) 1 (a) & 1(b) of hindu marriage Act, on first hearing of date 02/03/2020 one of the court bench advocate is expired that's why court has given second hearing date of may 27 2020..on first hearing she didn't come to court and also don't no her advocate.. Can she come to court on second hearing date then how she knows or if she doesn't appear how much hearings can go like this.. If she attends court what process go on there..

court summons has been issued by hand to her father on first hearing date.. through face to face by hand from court member...

can she attend court or not..

Please advice or guide me..

Thankyou all...


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 4 Replies

Dr J C Vashista (Advocate)     28 April 2020

Yes, she has a right, can and should attend next date of hearing. along with her reply to the petition filed by you 

G.L.N. Prasad (Retired employee.)     28 April 2020

Do not get over-excited and anxious as the court procedure is similar for several decades and it may take a minimum of 5 years to get a verdict in normal circumstances.  If the other party wanted to extort and keep the petitioner anxious, he/she can play a number of games through their counsel.  You can only go to court, and getting verdict depends on several other factors not within your hands or expectations.

P. Venu (Advocate)     28 April 2020

The query suggests no legal elements.

Nadeem Qureshi (Advocate/ nadeemqureshi1@gmail.com)     29 April 2020

she will come or not, its depend on her, but after service of summons, if she will not appear before the court then the court may proceed her ex-party and fixed the matter for framing of issues and petitioner evidence, after petitioner evidence, if court think fit that the petitioner proved his case then pass judgment and decree of divorce based on the grounds of the petition. 

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