Civil Procedure Code (CPC)

Divorce Issue


I am 34 year old male. my wife and I are living seperatly for last 4 years. she has filed 3 NC against me and my family for domestic voilence. we are not in touch after the third NC. SHE is a teacher in a govt school and earning 35 k per month. I recetly contacted her for divorce she demanded a room/chawl room in a particular location which i agreed but once the money got transferred she asked to get the search papers of the property. So i proposed to take a property were this papers were readily available but she refused. she is not ready to even sign in divorce petition. My lawyer suggested to file a petition directly in court and to fight the case.. please suggest....
 
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if you really have time and patience file a case, else convence your wife sign a divorce paper
 
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her demand is huge and currently i dont hv job to fulfill her demand. i can only give her one lac
 
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LEGAL

why you transferred amount without any signed agreement. Now try to motivate her for a mutual divorce or file for devorce petition,may be she will come to senses...


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yes i have now changed my lawyer he is telling me to file for divorce petition and if she s coming for settlement than we will talk ..juz wanted to confirm if i am doing right this time
 
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1. file the contested divorce petition on the ground of mental cruelty and separation,

 
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File a recovery suit against her and file a divorce suit against her also you can file criminal suit against her breach of trust if you have evidence that she was agree to sign the divorce and after transfer of payment she denied.

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yes i hav evidence dat after getting her house she will sign papers..but can you tell me if i put a divorce petition in court how much time it will take
 
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LEGAL

It takes a lot of time,if she contested seriously the case it can take years...only mutual divorce is settled at the earliest.

 
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practicing lawyer

If any divorce petition is pending before any court of law tahn immediatly move an application of Section 21B in same court for speedy disposabale of the case and if not than file an dicorce petition alsong with the application under section 21(B) of HMA.

"Section 21B(2) in The Hindu Marriage Act, 1955. (2) Every petition under this Act shall be tried as expeditiously as possible and endeavour shall be made to conclude the trial within six months from the date of service of notice of the petition on the respondent.

 

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