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Answered on 31 Mar 2020

An application with the family court needs to be filed to obtain a guardianship certificate. guardians appointed by the court are the guardians appointed by the virtue of the court's empowerment. Under the Guardians and Wards Act,1980, the jurisdiction is conferred on the district court. The district court on its own discretion appoints any person whenever it thinks it to be better for the welfare of the child.Read More

Posted on 10 Feb 2020 | 1 Answer

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Answered on 31 Mar 2020

You can file a police complaint against your siblings and seek custody of your mother stating the abuse or torture done by your siblings on your mother.Read More

Posted on 10 Feb 2020 | 1 Answer

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Answered on 15 Mar 2020

The only thing you can do is to hire the best divorce lawyer in India to represent your case and prove that the complaint filed by your wife was fake and as the father, you have a legal right to get custody of your daughter. Read More

Posted on 26 Jan 2020 | 1 Answer

Arshi Noor | Legistify

Arshi Noor
Answered on 16 Nov 2019

You can reside separately from your mother if you are above the age of 18 years. If she stops you then you can complain against her in the nearest police station.Read More

Posted on 13 Nov 2019 | 2 Answers

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Answered on 06 Jan 2020

You can file a petition for custodial rights of your child, or visitation rights. For this, you need to file a child custody case against your wife.Read More

Posted on 04 Aug 2019 | 1 Answer

Ayaskanta Parida | Legistify

Ayaskanta Parida
Answered on 30 Dec 2019

Legally, a person can disassociate from his/her family member like sometimes parents derecognize their children. But something opposite of that probably hasn't been done yet. You also cannot make someone your guardian as you are above 18 and not having any disability (which I am presuming). If you go to court they might ask you and your family to go for councilling.Read More

Posted on 03 Aug 2019 | 1 Answer

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Answered on 11 Nov 2019

In the next step, the court will consider the evidence, and ask for examination and cross-examination of the evidence.Read More

Posted on 12 Aug 2019 | 1 Answer

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Aayushi Sang
Answered on 13 Oct 2019

There comes a time when minors, senior citizens, or disabled persons might need someone to manage their money. In these cases, a guardian will be appointed by the court to control the guardianship of the individual’s accounts. While you want to think that everyone who is appointed a guardian of an account is trustworthy and will manage the accounts ethically and wisely, that is not always the case. That is why there are rules governing the control of guardian accounts. From who has access to the account, to who owns it, and how money is spent, courts monitor these accounts. In this case, the parent is the actual owner of the account and has control over the money, and may do what they wish with the funds. This is different than a guardianship account. With a guardianship account, the money does belong to the child. The guardian of the account manages the money for a child but doesn’t have any ownership over that money. The most common reason for a child to have an account with guardianship is that the parents are deceased and have left money or property for the child and someone, the guardian, needs to control that account until the child is of legal age. As mentioned, the guardian of an account controls the funds and must report all receipts and disbursements to the court on a periodic basis. The guardian handles the account but had no ownership of the account, meaning the money or property in the account. All guardianship accounts have a beneficiary or a “ward”, usually a child, elderly, or disabled individual. The guardian of the account cannot appoint a beneficiary of the account. In other words, the guardian cannot change who the account is for and who receives the disbursements. In order to open a guardianship account, the guardian must show a certified copy of a court order appointing them the guardian of an individuals account. If an individual can no longer serve as guardian of an account, because of death or some other reason, the court will appoint a new guardian for the account. Because the guardian does not own the funds in the account, the money can not be used to settle the debt of the guardian – meaning it can’t be garnished or seized.Read More

Posted on 04 Oct 2019 | 1 Answer

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Answered on 23 Sep 2019

There is no Emancipation law in India for Minors. If you are above 18, you can legally walk out of the home. You can publish an advertisement also stating the same in the newspaper. But there is no specification in the law how long the parent takes responsibility for a boy and girl.Read More

Posted on 18 Sep 2019 | 1 Answer

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Advocate Dixit Raj Kapoor
Answered on 14 Jul 2019

You can claim your share but if it is not being settled full and final at the time of divorce by way of mutual consent under section 13 b of Hindu Marriage Act. You have to check that judgment first.Read More

Posted on 13 Jul 2019 | 2 Answers