RAMESH DANDUTKAR 23 December 2020
Dr J C Vashista (Lawyer) 25 December 2020
|Originally posted by : RAMESH DANDUTKAR|
|Am an Central Government employee...After one and half year I came to know that she was 3 years elder than me and she didn't studied said Qualifications...When I asked her and her family they postponed the matter...Later I came to know that she was already married earlier with another and without taking any divorce from court, they waited some years and later married with me...When I argued the same they went away and filed false cases...I approached court and sent divorce...know I want to file a cheating case against them...please suggest me relevant sections and procedures...|
@ Ramesh Dandutkar,
You have stated she is 3 years elder, ....her family, whom did you refer as "SHE" ?
" I approached the court and sent divorce... ", what do you want to convey is vague?
It is advisable to consult and engage a local prudent lawyer for better appreciation of facts/ documents, professional guidance and necessary proceeding.
P. Venu (Advocate) 26 December 2020
Yes, the facts posted are disjointed and lack clarity.
Anyhow, the proceedings against you have to be met on their merits.
The facts posted suggest no action for cheating. Of course, you can initiate an action for bigamy.
Anubhav Tyagi 13 April 2021
False cases by wives are becoming so common. Husband and his family members have to run pillar to post to save themselves.
However, there are several cases that you may file against your wife and her family for ruining your life.
You do have remedies under the civil as criminal law.
Anubhav Tyagi, Advocate
Advocate Abhishek Sinha (Advocate) 06 June 2021