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Advocate Sandeep Naik

ADVOCATE SANDEEP NAIK

Rajendra Nagar, Indore 011-331-38-123 INR 1500- INR 2000
5+ Years Experience
Speaks: English,Hindi

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Cheque Bounce Civil Litigation Criminal Defense Divorce & Alimony Family Law Muslim Law Property/Real Estate Startups

Advocate Sandeep Naik practices at District Court Indore, M. P. High Court Indore Bench and Madhya Pradesh High Court.

He professionally deals with the matters pertaining to field of civil laws, criminal laws, family law, muslim laws, landlord/tenant matters, revenue related matters, matrimonial related matters and drafting and vetting of various agreements and documents.

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Advocate Sandeep Naik practices at District Court Indore, M. P. High Court Indore Bench and Madhya Pradesh High Court.

He professionally more...

Advocate Sandeep Naik practices at District Court Indore, M. P. High Court Indore Bench and Madhya Pradesh High Court.

He professionally deals with the matters pertaining to field of civil laws, criminal laws, family law, muslim laws, landlord/tenant matters, revenue related matters, matrimonial related matters and drafting and vetting of various agreements and documents.

He has an experience of 5+ years in the legal profession and providing services. He provides services in fair and transparent manner with result oriented approach. He is consistent and precise in identifying strength and weakness of the matter.

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  • Monday: 10AM - 8PM
  • Tuesday: 10AM - 8PM
  • Wednesday: 10AM - 8PM
  • Thursday: 10AM - 8PM
  • Friday: 10AM - 8PM
  • Saturday: 10AM - 8PM
  • Sunday: 10AM - 8PM

About Advocate Sandeep Naik


Practicing Courts

  • District Court Indore
  • M. P. High Court Indore Bench
  • Madhya Pradesh High Court

Practice Areas

  • Cheque Bounce
  • Civil Litigation
  • Criminal Defense
  • Divorce & Alimony
  • Family Law
  • Muslim Law
  • Property/Real Estate
  • Startups

Questions Answered By Advocate Sandeep Naik


How to get mutual divorce legally in India?
Answered 4 months ago
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My wife and I are government employees. Due to some personal circumstances, we cannot continue our marriage and want to end it on peaceful terms. How can we file a mutual consent divorce application? I appreciate that you want to depart on peaceful terms. Getting divorce by mutual consent is simple and time saving. Applying parties can get decree of divorce within 6-7 months. A joint peti more

Fake FIR
Answered 4 months ago
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You can file a petition under section 482 of CrPC.   But remember, power of High Court to quash an FIR under section 482 is discretionary. It is not mandatory for High Court to quash that every FIR against which a petition under section 482 is filed.   And, not every FIR that is fake/false is quashed by High Court.   If there is no such material evidence that make it highly im more

How Is it Possible to marry My Boyfriend?
Answered 6 months ago
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There is no such law which can forcefully make him marry you. In other words, there can be no such legal action in which the Court can order him to marry you.   It seems, at the begining and during the relationship he intended to marry you, but since he realized that his parents won't let him marry you, he withdrew from your relationship. This is not actionable.    

Is compensation ordered by the court recoverable, after imprisonment
Answered 8 months ago
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First of all, you don't need to file a civil case/suit to recover compensation amount. And, your Lawyer didn't cheat you. For recovering compensation amount, you should apply under Section 421 of CrPC to the Magistrate, who has passed the sentence against the accused, for issuing a warrant to the Collector of the district authorizing him to realize the amount from the movable or immovab more

how can I get divorce when husband does not want to settle divorce mutually?
Answered 8 months ago
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I got married in 2013. I have a daughter who is 2.5 years old. I want a divorce but neither my husband is willing to mutually settle this nor is my own family supporting me. My husband tortures me mentally and I dont think I can be happy living with him. I have no means of livelihood or skills to independently sustain myself. How can I get the divorce?   (1) If your husband is not willing more

Grounds For Divorce
Answered 8 months ago
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"I cannot continue my marriage with my spouse because we are not in a happy marriage, I wish to take divorce as soon as possible.Therefore, on what grounds can I be granted divorce."   (1) Not being happy with the marriage is certainly not one of the grounds provided under Section 13 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955. (2) You don't have sufficient grounds. Therefore, for getting divorc more


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