Mr. RS suddenly died in 1989 at the age of 50, leaving behind 8 daughters and 1 son and a wife who is educated around 5th class and was around the same age. Mr. RS also left businesses and properties over 100 crores of Rupees. All daughters except one are married. Son is married too. Mrs. RS also died about 5 yrs ago. The un-married daughter went abroad to pursue her career further. About 4 yrs ago, the unmarried daughter returned to India for a short vacation. She went to her parental house as usual. However, the brother did not let her into the house. The brother and his wife were very abusive and used physical force with her (un-married daugher). She filed a domestic violence case, which got her no success and relief. Finally, she filed a civil case in high court and found out that the brother has forged all the documents including her late father's will. The brother and his wife also got documents signed by late mother, without and of the sisters knowledge. The brother and his wife collects rents from parental properties, in more than six figures. Now that the brother and his wife, have so much money each month from rental properties, they are playing with the legal system of India, which is so weak to begin with. The brother keeps on changing lawyers and applies all kinds of tricks to prolong the case, hoping that the sisters will either die or get tired and they will disappear. In this case, what can the single un-married daugher do, to clip the wings of her brother and his wife, by removing all assets and inheritance of her parental properties and the income the brother and his wife receive each month and the parental house in which they live, from their posession? The un-married daughter have also filed a criminal case against the brother, his wife and another family member, in who's name the parents house have been transferred. I am looking for expert opinion/s, on behalf of the un-married daughter, how she can get justice soon, since high court hearings average 2 per year, for her case. With this average, the cases may drag on for another 20 years adn then who knows what will happen. The brother and his wife, the criminals, are taking advantage of the slow system justice and it appears that criminals are thriving while the injured paries are suffering. India have lots of very intelligent people and I am seeking their advise, in this case, how to get justice for un-married daughter, sooner than later. So please help.