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07/12/2009 at 1:06 PM #175AnonymousGuest
I am married for 6 years but we stayed together for 19months only and have a child.
After the child was born, I discoved few papers in her absense in bag only to find out she had married earlier in Temple and had taken divorce in Court. She had never told me neither her [arents.
Its been more than 3 years we are staying separate in different cities. Since I am not taking her back she has filed RCR and interim alimony for herself and demanding huge money for out of court settlement.
Please Advise if I Can file divorce basis
1) Desertion and 2) Not informing the truth during marriage / at the time of marriage ( null and void)?
I have taken no legal action till date and need correct info to select lawer and proper action.
08/12/2009 at 3:38 AM #1151AnonymousGuest
dear friend, u may file divorce petition as the grounds stated in law.
08/12/2009 at 6:52 AM #1152AnonymousGuest
Thank u for advise sir,
The last thing that I want to know is :
If she is granted interim alimony, and after that If I file divorce petition, can she still get the case transferred to her place? Because this point is vey critical before I take the next step.
08/12/2009 at 10:05 AM #1153AnonymousGuest
if you have her Marriage and Divorce papers you can file cheating case against her.
for more detail on divorce browse here.
You can file Divorce suit on the place you stayed together or married.
09/12/2009 at 3:18 AM #1154AnonymousGuest
If there is no problem instead of this fact, in the future of your child try to understand her if possible.
13/12/2009 at 7:13 AM #1155AnonymousGuest
Thank you very much for all the suggestions Sir.
Kachveji, what I want to understand last is divorce petition is transferable where she is residing ( with parents) as the marriage was solmanisezd there and have the jurisdiction.
If the case of cheating is filed, is it also transferable? I am staying in Mumbai.
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