Legistify is proud to offer free telephonic legal consultation for women dealing with divorce,
matrimonial disputes, domestic violence
& more during COVID-19 outbreak.
100% Confidential. Further Support. Pay Only Processing Charges.
Fill in your basic details along with a small summary of your matter.
Our expert relationship manager contacts you for further discussions.
Ability to further hire the lawyer for required filings/actions.
Simply consult a lawyer by paying a small processing fee of Rs 150.
Further proceed with the lawyer if you like for future filings etc.
100% confidential without hidden charges & assured quality.
Faster, fairer and fixed-price service through expert divorce lawyers
Expert relationship managers who will guide you at every step of your divorce.
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While some western, traditional or home remedies may provide comfort and alleviate symptoms of COVID-19, there is no evidence that current medicine can prevent or cure the disease. WHO does not recommend self-medication with any medicines, including antibiotics, as a prevention or cure for COVID-19. However, there are several ongoing clinical trials that include both western and traditional medicines. WHO will continue to provide updated information as soon as clinical findings are available.
It has been observed in India as well as globally that there has been an increase in the number of domestic violence abuse cases, divorce matters and other family disputes due to the present lockdown situation on account of the pandemic. This is a combination of a number of factors including financial instability, draining of personal savings, future instability to name a few.
Domestic violence is a pattern of coercive, controlling behavior that can include physical abuse, emotional or psychological abuse, sexual abuse or financial abuse (using money and financial tools to exert control). Some abusers are able to exert complete control over a victim’s every action without ever using violence or only using subtle threats of violence. All types of abuse are devastating to victims.
A bad economy does not cause domestic violence, but it can make it worse. The severity and frequency of abuse can increase when factors associated with a bad economy are present. Job loss, housing foreclosures, debt, and other factors contribute to higher stress levels at home, which can lead to increased violence. As the abuse gets worse, a weak economy limits options for survivors to seek safety or escape. Victims may also have a more difficult time finding a job to become financially independent of abusers.
Unfortunately filing for a divorce application is not feasible during the lockdown considering all the major courts are closed at the moment. Having said that, it is highly advisable to seek proper guidance from an expert lawyer to know one's rights during such difficult times. This can also help you take the necessary actions to protect yourself from a potential threat.
We understand that the time could be difficult and it is not at all easy for someone to openly discuss such issues with friends and family. Legistify can certainly help you in understanding and developing a plan of action for you at this time through guidance provided by an expert lawyer. It does not just end here. We can further guide you on all future filings/proceedings etc. in a hassle free manner.