Realsolutions (Advocate) 07 March 2008
Prakash Yedhula (Lawyer) 07 March 2008
SANJAY DIXIT (Advocate) 07 March 2008
Kalpana.S (-) 07 March 2008
MANIKANDAN (later) 21 March 2008
Guest (n/a) 06 April 2008
Vidya (Student) 14 May 2008
amit gupta_lawyer (lawyer) 19 May 2008
lakshmanan (advocate) 30 May 2008
arunprakaash.m. (advocate) 09 June 2008
when the first marriage subsists the second marriage of the spouse is illegitimate and the second marriage is offence under hindu law and aslo under bigamy of ipc sec498 and 484.
Srinivas.B.S.S.T ( Advocate) 15 June 2008
A husband cannot claim maintenance under Section 125 Cr.P.C as he is
not entitled to claim as per that section. A husband can claim
maintenance under Section 18 of Hindu adoptions and maintenance act.
There is not fixed provision to compute the quantum of maintenance, but
you have to prove that you have no source of income and the Respondent
has sufficient means of income. COming the maintenance pendentilite you
can file a petition under Section 24 HMA at any stage. You can
file a petition for maintenance under section 18 of HA&M act and
file a interlocutory petition under section 24 of HMA seeking interim
Guest (n/a) 05 September 2008
Dear Madam/ Sir,
Kindly enlighten us on the laws regarding alimony under the Parsi Marriage and Divorce Act.
How should the alimony be taken - in cash / cheque/ ECS?
What are the legal impications for non payment of alimony?
How can alimony be claimed if after proper order the party does not pay the alimony?
If the party goes out of India then what are the legal impilcations for non payment of alimony by the party?
How can one be assured of continual payment of alimony?
If you can answer these questions we will be highly obliged
the worried parents of a soon to take divorce daughter
Ramanathan (IT Pro) 10 September 2008
Husband was working and earning a salary at the time of filing maintenance petition.
However by the time it came up before the court, husband got terminated by employer. Husband otherwise has no physical handicaps and is searching for a new job. it is possible (but not 100%) that he may get a job sooner or later.
In such a situation, will the husband be entitled to pay maintenance?
giri nivarthi rao yadav (lawyer) 14 September 2008
Generally maintenance will be granted at less than 1/3 income of an husband.Apetition for interim maintenanace can be filed at any point of time .If an husband is incapacitated to earn ,he and his wife is earning ,the husband can file a petition far maintenance.
giri nivarthi rao yadav