I am forced to divorce my wife

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    • #3902

      Hi All,
      Me and my wife had a fight almost 45 days ago. Post fight she was taken to her brother’s house in Bangalore. She switched off her mobile and I was unable to contact her for more than 10 days. When I went to bangalore, I came to know she was in my home town and filled a complain of domestic violance on me. Her family has framed lot of false charges such as I dont work and i am a drunkard etc etc. Their demand was divorce and 4 and half lakh of settlement amount which was agreed by my family too.

      I didnt get even 10 mins of personal time to talk to my wife after incident and suddenly the paper came in front of me that said I was staying away from her since November 2017. The affidavite also says that its mutual and we dont have any past cases and in future we will not file any case against each other.

      I need help, i don’t want to give divorce.What all I shoudl do to save my marriage

    • #3913

      File Restitute conjugal rights

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    • #4039

      Brother, I was in the same boat in March 2015. Cried, convinced, begged to stay with her and then started the worst nightmares of my life. Ok, why I did that, because she has acted not to show her true side in first few months of marriage and I thought that is TRUE. But after compromise she is in her TRUE colors, and I swear by god, it is the toughest life I had been through.

      Have some sense, why do you want to live with such a girl (ignore her father, brother and others influencing her, she is not a child and if that happens even your neighbor can influence her for whatever…)

      Don’t file any RCR, just divorce and start new life. Don’t ruin your LUCK.

    • #4130

      Don’t u think, more than anything.
      False allegations on you matter more.
      She may have asked for MCD, but under guise of false allegations.
      It is ur choice eventually to agree to mcd.
      Or, u can deny and fight cases.

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