Divorce On Grounds Of Cruelty By Spouse

A married woman who has been tortured by her mother-in-law for almost 15 years, is tortured by her maternal uncle, can she remain independent? She is being exploited by her family, she is being held hostage in the house and she is not even being allo... Read More

A married woman who has been tortured by her mother-in-law for almost 15 years, is tortured by her maternal uncle, can she remain independent? She is being exploited by her family, she is being held hostage in the house and she is not even being allowed to study, she is so oppressed that she can also commit suicide. The second is a married man who does not have good relations with his wife, the wife has immoral relations with other people and does not make good business at home with her husband and family! The husband is living in a very tense life! The in-laws' side of this person does not even want the two to have a relationship! Can this man get freedom from his wife? Can these two live together in these relationships or not? Will they be given protection by the court and police administration?
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Answers (4)

Sakshi Yadav

Sakshi Yadav

  • Sector-1, Noida

Proof of cruelty or the repeated infliction of serious physical or mental suffering by one marital partner on the other is also grounds for divorce. To obtain a divorce on the grounds of cruelty, the filing spouse must prove that the cruelty has made marriage intolerable for them.

Answered on 22 Jan 2020


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Advocate Suneel Moudgil | Legistify

Advocate Suneel Moudgil

  • Judicial Complex, Panipat
  • Panipat

A married person can live with any other married person, Such relationship comes under the definition of adultery, Adultery is no longer a crime in India, however, it is a ground for obtaining a divorce.

Answered on 24 Jan 2020


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Advocate Suneel Moudgil | Legistify

Advocate Suneel Moudgil

  • Judicial Complex, Panipat
  • Panipat

A married person can live with any other married person, such a relationship comes under the definition of adultery.

Adultery is no longer a crime in India, however, a ground for obtaining a divorce.

Answered on 24 Jan 2020


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Advocate Kishan (Retd. Judge) | Legistify

Advocate Kishan (Retd. Judge)

  • Malleswaram, Bengaluru
  • Bengaluru

All Indian laws are in favour of the married. Just a call the police on 100.

Answered on 16 Feb 2020


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