I'm being constantly coerced into marriage by relatives, they are constantly fixing up my marriage with many of their known folks which I have no idea whatsoever. I do not have my own parents to seek solace. All this fuss is creating a lot of pressure on me and is affecting my well-being. I would reason out with them whatsoever but I need to prepare myself for a legal battle if talks do not work out. Thank YouRead More

Posted at 07:46 PM, 17 Jun 19 | No Answers Yet

Can I marry my grandmother's brother daughter? As we are in love from past 4years.Read More

Posted at 11:57 PM, 16 Jun 19 | No Answers Yet

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Advocate Vabhav
Answered on 01:39 AM, 14 Jun 19

With respect to your query, the legal opinion is as under:- (1) Your father can sell his share in the property without your consent. (2) But your father, the Karta of the HUF shall have to prove if questioned that the property has been sold for the benefit or necessity of the HUF. (3) You can challenge the sale of your share only if you feel that the sale deed has not been executed for the benefit of the family.Read More

Posted at 01:39 AM, 14 Jun 19 | 1 Answer

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Advocate Vabhav
Answered on 07:02 PM, 12 Jun 19

With respect to your query, the legal opinion is as under:- (1)The second marriage of your father is void as he did not obtain divorce from his earlier wife i.e your mother (2) But as per law, the children born out of void marriage are legal heirs of your father (3) So your step brothers have a share in the property of your father (4) However, your step brothers cannot sell the property exceeding their share.Read More

Posted at 07:02 PM, 12 Jun 19 | 1 Answer

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Advocate Vabhav
Answered on 11:39 AM, 16 May 19

With respect to your query, the legal opinion is as under:- (1) After death of a person holding a locker in the bank, his legal heirs are entitled to operate the locker. (2) The nominee can operate the locker only if the legal heirs do not raise any objection against operating the locker by the nominee. (3) But if the right to operate locker by the nominee is opposed by the legal heirs, Bank cannot permit the nominee to operate the locker. In such matters Bank may ask the legal heirs to obtain succession certificate from the competent Court conferring the right to operate the locker. (4) In your matter, it is suggested that you should apply for succession certificate before Civil Court impleading all the legal heirs of your husband. It is important to mention that your mother-in-law is one of the legal heirs of your husband. (5) The Court may grant permission to one of the legal heirs to operate the locker and conferring obligation that the assets in locker be handed over to each of the legal heirs as per their share.Read More

Posted at 11:39 AM, 16 May 19 | 1 Answer

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Khula is a procedure through which a woman can divorce her husband in Islam, by returning from the dower (mahr) or something else that she received from her husband, as agreed by the spouses or Qadi's (court) decree. Khula is another mode of divorce, this divorce is at the instance of the wife. The marriage can be dissolved by an agreement between the spouses in exchange of the compensation paid by the wife to her husband. Though consideration is necessary for khula, the actual release of it is not a condition precedent for the validity of khula divorce. Once the husband has consented to such kind of divorce, it becomes an irrevocable divorce and he cannot even cancel the divorce on the ground that the consideration was not paid to him. For more clarification, you can consult an experienced family law lawyer in India, who will advise you in your matter and help you in solving your legal issue.Read More

Posted at 04:06 PM, 15 May 19 | 1 Answer

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Advocate Vabhav
Answered on 04:21 PM, 13 May 19

With respect to your query, the legal opinion is as under:- (1) Mere GPA does not confer title. So please get the sale deed executed in your favor from the original owner of the property who claim title to the property. If you have mere GPA in your favor, you are not entitled to bequeath the property through Will. (2) Every person has a right to bequeath his property by executing a Will. (3) There must be an explanation in the Will itself as to why the natural heirs or some of the natural heirs are being deprived of the property. (4) There must be an explanation in the Will itself as to why the Will is being executed in favor of the beneficiary. You can consult any competent Family law lawyer in India or myself through legistify.Read More

Posted at 04:21 PM, 13 May 19 | 1 Answer

My only daughter becomes widow upon the sudden death of her husband. She has two minor children, a boy and a girl. Upon the death of her husband, she has inherited his property. She will inherit my property also after my death. If she dies before me. Who will be the legal heir for the property inherited by her from her husband and for my property to have been inherited by her had she been alive? Her father-in-law and mother-in-law are alive still.Read More

Posted at 03:08 PM, 06 May 19 | No Answers Yet

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Advocate Vabhav
Answered on 03:37 PM, 07 May 19

With respect to your query, the legal opinion is as under:- (1) Marriage can be solemenized by two adult persons as per their sweet will (2) As your friend is already married, so the only way to get into valid marriage with him is that you adopt islam and only therafter you can marry him because Muslim Law provides second marriage even while subsistence of previous marriage. (3) As Hindu you cannot marry him under Special Marriaga Act because neither of the spouse must have a living wife or husband if marriage is performed under Special Marriage Act. (4) The Special Marriage Act permits marriage between members of two different religions but none of them should have a susbsisting marital status and should not have a living spouse. (5) In nutshlell, the only way to marry the muslim boy is that you also become muslim and convert your religion and therafter marry him. (6) Under personal Law, either Hindu Law or Muslim Law, marriage between a muslim and hindu is not validRead More

Posted at 03:37 PM, 07 May 19 | 1 Answer

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A force marriage occurs when the spouse are not ready for the marriage. You can consult the best family law advocates in India to take a legal action against your forced marriage. No one can be forced to marry without their consent. If your parents are forcing you to marry someone by fraud means you can contact the Women Cell of the Local Police of the city you are in. She need to lodge a written complaint against her parents for forcing her to marry someone by fraud means. Forcing someone to get married is illegal as per the Indian Laws. And if anyone are being forced, then your Right to life and Human Rights under article 16 of Human Rights Convention are being violated. To restore your right, you need to connect with a lawyer, who will guide you about how to deal with such situations legally. We understand your problems and will help you find an experienced family law lawyer in India. They are a group that protects and helps young Indian couples to get married and to escape from forced marriage. For more information to know about forced marriage you can: READ: 5 Things to do if You are being Forced into MarriageRead More

Posted at 04:18 AM, 09 May 19 | 1 Answer