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Frnd want to have divorce with his wife ,
« on: March 13, 2016, 03:20:11 AM »
My friend wants to divirce his wife as his wife is staying with some other man who declares him.to be his wife . Even in ]LIC policy tht person have nomited my friends wife as his wfe. Moreover when my frnds got the evidences against her but she is refusing to give him divorce. She wants my frnd to suffer. He is being trying for divorce from last two years, please do reply and help us Asap,

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Re: Frnd want to have divorce with his wife ,
« Reply #1 on: March 13, 2016, 10:35:58 PM »
your wife can get divorce on ground  adultery.
Your friend should collect all evidence of his wife staying with someone else than file for contested Divorce on grounds of adultery.

If your friend can convince the court of adultery he will very easily get divorce.

and the wife will not be entitled to maintenance.
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Re: Frnd want to have divorce with his wife ,
« Reply #2 on: March 15, 2016, 09:05:33 AM »
HI
Your friend should file for divorce on the grounds of desertion,adultery and bigamy. The LIC policy of the person with whom she is living will be substantial evidence in the case.
no need for mutual consent divorce as the divorce will be automatic on grounds of desertion, adultery and bigamy. the lady will not get any maintenance or alimony also.
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Re: Frnd want to have divorce with his wife ,
« Reply #3 on: March 19, 2016, 11:30:27 AM »
He should file a petition for divorce under Section 13 or Section 27 whichever implies under the ground of cruelty. Nominating a name in a LIC as wife does not prove to have committed adultery or mere written 'WIFE' means she became wife. All those will be good ground for 'CRUELTY' and that will be best option to get divorce. Rests will be supportive evidence and will create suspicion to the court of having adultery
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