File case u/s 498a and then 406, 405, 407 IPC to get your money back and stridhan back. See if it works out, filing these cases, marriage will breakdown. Try to talk to him, He is lawyer, I doubt, there is no such thing as notary divorce. Only court can give divorce and not notary.
Misappropriation of Stridhan by the husband's side is a crime punishable by the provision of law described in IPC Section 406 ("punishment for criminal breach of trust"). The offence itself is described in Section 405, while sections 407 to section 409 describe punishments for criminal breach of trust in certain specific relationships. The spectrum of relationships covered by these other sections include the relationship between sender and carrier of property or goods, and between an owner of property and his employee, and between owner of property and banker, and between public and public servant, and between an owner of property and his attorney or agents. While 406 prescribes 3 years simple or rigorous imprisonment, both 407 and 408 prescribe 7 years simple or rigorous imprisonment, and section 409 prescribes very serious sentences of ten years to life imprisonment. 406 can be more correctly described as "punishment for criminal breach of trust simpliciter" in the light of these undoubtedly severe sections.