Divorce jurisdiction of courts in india under hindu marriage act

Retired Bank Manager

Can wife file petition for divorce at family court where her parents are staying temporarily. She had left her husbands home in Mumbai on 15th Jan 2020 and filed for divorce at Lucknow on 15th Feb. She mentions she is working from home. Place of wedding was Bangalore. How long should she stay at Lucknow to file the case.
 
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Advocate,9444674980

Without going in to merits and as per your version, I donot think it is possible to file in Lucknow, you can contest the jurisdiction as primary issue.

 
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the petition for divorce can be filed in the following jurisdictions.

(i) the your marriage was solemnized, or

(ii) where your husband is residing, at the time of the presentation of the petition, resides, or

(iii) the parties to the marriage last resided together, or

(iii-a) in case the wife is the petitioner, where she is residing on the date of presentation of the petition,

Feel Free to ask any further queries. 

 
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Retired Bank Manager

I dont wish to make it public. How should I go about with it. 

 
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Retired Bank Manager

 This refers to mail on 14/04/2020 at 17:20 Hrs asking "Please add duration of stay in shelter/maternalhome. Kindly note I am unable to know this,.She left on 15th Jan. The petition was filed on 15th Feb. From petition it is noted as actually dated 1st Feb which was struck and new date 14th Feb made. May be one month or even 15 to 20 days since she mentioned she was not allowed to work in peace at Mumbai and hence working from home. These are all concocted lies.further details will be provided if necessary.I wish to maintain privacy instead of public.

 
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