anubhav Bhatt 24 May 2022
P. Venu (Advocate) 24 May 2022
You can get divorce from the wife only, not the children. You are bound to provide for them till they are grown up. And they continue to be your legal heirs as well.
Dr J C Vashista (Advocate) 25 May 2022
The issue is stated to be settled between husband and wife who has agreed to seek divorce with Rs. 15 lakh as "one time settlement" for present, past and future alimony for herself as well as children in her custody.
MUKUND KUMAR (Lawyer) 28 May 2022
Take everything on paper as one time and permenant alimony. Coverting everything also about the lifetime interest and custyody of your child. Your can move ahed in this propiosal with supervision of a legal expert. And in that case you can approach me.
Adv Prashant (SELF PRACTICE ) 30 May 2022
You are giving your wife one time settlement amount as permanent alimony in 13B HMA case. But still you will be responsible for growing up costs of your child's since they will always remains your legal hires. Any doubt contact me at 91 9760290825 with online consultation charges.
Mainsh 31 May 2022
The overall cost for the children and there pay for education and expenses has to be done by you.
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Samarpan (M)99958670740 (Free legal advice and legal aid cell) 04 June 2022
You can trifurcate the amount of Rs.5 lakh each, specifically mentioning in the settlement that the children are getting rs.5 lakh each for their maintenance. But, even then there is a scope for filing a fresh case after some time by the wife for enhancing the children's maintenance, as the cost of living is raising and then it would be your responsibility to face that new litigation. There is no foolproof method to avoid the liability of children's maintenance.
MUKESH GUPTA 05 June 2022
P. Venu (Advocate) 05 June 2022
Whatever be the terms of settlement, the children are not party to the compromise. Necessarily, the compeomise binds your wife alone, not the children.
Dr J C Vashista (Advocate) 06 June 2022
Being minor the children are represented by their natural guardian /mother (wife herein) hence an agreement / MoU executed by wife on their behalf, is binding on them (children).