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TIPS FOR MAINTENANCE CASE

TIPS FOR MAINTENANCE CASE

1. Many file maintenance cases with false allegations and LIE to court that they are not capable to maintain themselves and they are not workingetc
2. Collect her current and previous employer details, employee details, salary details, ITR details
3. Though working or not, provide her educational details and tell she is well qualified, able-bodied and can maintain herself.
4. Show all your liabilities viz: loans, rent, medical bills etc and tell you need to even look after your dependent aged parents.
5. Prove that she has come to court with lies / false allegations and with UNCLEAN HANDS.
6. Tell you are ready to take her back and continue marital life,this will help to reduce maintenance.
7. Prepare effective OBJECTIONS which matters a lot using appropriate citations and Judgments.
8. Never quit job and take unnecessary loans.

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Author : Nagraj Thadur

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