Consult a lawyer in domestic violence
Consult a lawyer in domestic violence cases. Victim of domestic violence has a right to claim relief such as residence, monetary help, protection order etc. The protection officer appointed under the protection of women from domestic violence act 2005. DV Act is enacted to protect the woman from domestic violence. Consult our advocate for legal assistance in domestic violence cases.
I seek a residence order as I have been at my parents’ house for nine months now. I have a two-month-old child, and my husband abandoned me in the middle of my pregnancy. I have filed an FIR against him, but he secured anticipatory bail, and all legal proceedings are still pending. Can I re-enter my matrimonial house?
I resided with my husband for a duration of five months in an apartment. The house is registered in the name of my father-in-law, yet my in-laws reside in a different state. I am the individual who invested all of my finances in the interior and household accessories for the house. This decision was made under the understanding that it is my residence, and consequently, I am accountable for its furnishings. I willingly accepted and utilized my entire salary for this purpose.
However, my husband is engaged in an extramarital affair and desires to marry his girlfriend. He is pressuring me to initiate a divorce and is also subjecting me to physical harassment. In response, I have filed for a Domestic Violence Complaint (DVC) seeking a residential order. Unfortunately, I am being denied access to my home, with the explanation that it belongs to my father-in-law. I am in need of assistance; please help me.
Breach of a protection order passed by the court under the Domestic Violence Act can have serious consequences for the offender. When a protection order is issued, it is legally binding, and violating its terms can lead to the following consequences: Criminal Charges:...
I am facing a distressing situation where my husband is physically abusing me due to his anger issues and displaced anger. Unfortunately, he not only directs this aggression towards me but also towards his parents. Moreover, his parents seem to be overly protective of him and react negatively towards me whenever he says anything negative about them. We have only been married for a few months, and yet he has already hit me twice. Communication with him is difficult, as he avoids talking to me.
Adding to my distress, his parents subject me to severe verbal abuse. I am deeply concerned for my safety and well-being. In light of these circumstances, I feel the need to end this marriage to protect myself from further harm
My husband not appearing in the proceeding under domestic violence act thereby I am not able to receive interim remedies. I have filed a case under domestic violence for the protection order, residence order and monetary relief. The notice has already been sent to the husband through the registered post as well as via the summons of court. He has received the summon and copy of complaint on 12-05-2019 but not appearing the court. His lawyer files exemption application on each date and the court casually granting him time. I am facing financial difficulties due to not getting interim maintenance from my husband. Please help me.
Husband not allowed to reside in matrimonial home since 1995 i.e. one year from the date of marriage. He said the our marriage is solemnised against his will and desire. My in-laws have tried their best to settle our dispute but they failed. No sexual relations have been established between us. I am living with my parents but they are very old and not able to take care of me. In this situation can I approach the court for my rights?
Is it necessary for the party to submit rent receipts/agreement for claiming the amount of house rent awarded in DV case under Section 19(f). Any Citation or law to highlight the information.
My husband wants to marry another woman. Therefore, he has been trying to evict me and my son from the matrimonial home. Our matrimonial acrimony and discord has been growing day by day. Finally he evicted me from his home and refused to maintain it. Then I filed a case for the restitution of conjugal rights. That civil suit is decreed in my favour. The court directed my husband to allow the plaintiff to live with him in the matrimonial relationship. My husband refused to obey the order of the family court and filed a criminal case against me. Then I again approached the court for the execution of its order. Thereafter, my husband locked the house and went to another city and living in a rental house. Two years have gone and I am not able to live with my husband.
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