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Srinivas (.)     01 May 2017

Right time to get marriage after expartee-divorce

Sir, Wife filed Divorce u/s 13 (1) (ia) (ib) of the Hindu Marriage Act and I filed counter and denied all her allegations. After that I didnt attend court hearings. Family Court given Divorce to wife on 25.03.2017. Please advise when is the right time to get second marriage?. Thanks



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SANTOSHSINGH. (ADVOCATE sardarsena@gmail.com)     01 May 2017

you can get married but her right of getting alimoney is always there so take care for double expanses.

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Mukesh sharma (job )     02 May 2017

Hello if she could not attend court and you got divorce decree than after you got decree 90 days period time which she can file again her case but if she not than you can go for another marriage. so dont worry about after completing 90 days you marriage any time .. without any hitch. 

 

Anjuru Chandra Sekhar (Advocate )     02 May 2017

As she got divorce decree if you don't want to appeal against it you can go for marriage anytime now. You need not wait till limitation period for appeal completes.

 

However she can't marry till your appeal period is over or till you marry, whichever is earlier.


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