Irretrievable breakdown of marriage in the Hindu Marriage Act

The Hindu Marriage Act does not recognise the concept of irretrievable breakdown of marriage. This concept does not allow the parties to prove guilt for divorce, therefore, it gives easy and respectable exit from the matrimonial bonding. In the modern development of social and economic conditions, marriage is no longer an institution. The marriage became a contract between the parties. Some provisions of the Hindu Marriage Act also made the marriage a civil contract between the parties.

I want to court marriage with My girlfriend

Question asked on: 12/08/2019 We both are in love and want to do court marriage. We don’t have any problem from my side, but From her side, their parents do not agree. So we decided to get married through court marriage. We want to get married through court marriage,...

Want to marry in police protection

Question asked on: 10/08/2019 I want to marry my boyfriend under police protection, and I also wish to register a complaint against my father that he was threatening me. Could I get police protection for my marriage? If your father threatens not to marry your...

Could I get my jewellery and share in the property on divorce

Question asked on: 21/07/2019 Husband drove me away after eight years of marriage. We have a property in which I invested 80% and my jewellery. Also, there was domestic violence. I filed a police complaint. We adopted a baby girl, and they kept the baby. If I file a...

Without solemnized marriage is valid or void- online legal advice

Question asked on: 28/09/2015 My marriage is not solemnized as per ceremonies of Hindu marriage. But we have been living together since 18 march 2004. We have two children and my husband is working abroad. We came to know that without solemnization of marriage between...