Divorce Cases

Cruel behavior of wife: Ground for divorce

If the cruel behaviour of wife is the result of chronic mental illness, the husband can seek divorce under Section 13 of the Hindu Marriage Act. Section 13 enumerates incurable mental disorder as a ground for divorce. The mental illness should be in such an extent that living with wife would be dangerous for the life of husband.

Divorce on mental illness of wife

Curable mental illness is not a ground for divorce under Section 13 of the Hindu Marriage Act. It is responsibility of the husband to take proper care of his wife. Concealment of this fact at the time of marriage does not amount to fraud. Husband cannot dissolve his marriage on the ground of such a curable mental illness.

Divorce on abnormal behaviour of my wife

My wife’s abnormal behavior causes much trauma. I want divorce on the basis of abnormal behavior of my wife. Sometimes being good and sometimes threatening me by saying she will suicide.  She had suicide attempts twice. And discharged from hospital. Only message conversation proof is there. No...

Too long hearing date in divorce case

I have filed for a divorce against my wife on grounds of cruelty and desertion. She has left me more than 3 years ago and now has gone completely unerground. The court has issued summons to her last known address. But the next date for hearing is fixed after 3 months. How can I get this expedited...

Protection against false divorce case

I want protection against the false divorce case because my wife uses it as a tool to harass me. She is trying to teach me a lesson because I have not been fulfilling her wish to live separate from my family. In this condition I have no other option except to face this false divorce case. Sir,...