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Right to privacy in marriage
« on: January 06, 2017, 09:44:25 PM »
My mother in law shifted with my ailing father in law immediately after 8 months of our marriage.  She does not have any financial support or property apart from a land in her native town. I have seen my husband pay for their every expense since they have shifted here. He also took care of their medical expenses. My father in law was almost disabled by alziemers and needed proper care and timely treatment.  Later he suffered brain haemorrhage and had to be treated for that which cost us a lot. My father in law was a good man and is no more. My husband is taking care of every need of his mother. Is this still permissible for the mother in law to intervene in every quarrel me and  my husband have. In the name of mediating  she shouts and quarrels with me on behalf of my husband regarding issues within the boundary of marriage ,probes personal questions and also threatened to divulge my personal relationship details to others. My husband is always a silent observer or will blame me if I say anything. I have a daughter who watches all these.
I want to know how much help is she entitled to from my husband as per law and what should include that help. She is a healthy woman with no physical problem.
And also my husband raised his hands at me many times,she was a witness to all these and one time I fought back . She rebuked me saying she will say these things to neighbours , when we were in the middle of a quarrel. How these things can be stopped?

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Re: Right to privacy in marriage
« Reply #1 on: May 23, 2017, 09:04:10 AM »
Do counselling as of now if it does not work out file a domestic violence case in CAW
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Re: Right to privacy in marriage
« Reply #2 on: September 29, 2017, 03:31:03 AM »
It is a matter which can be sorted out with talks to each other. Just get her faith in you and let her faith in you. If things does not comes right, it can be considered as domestic violence. Remember to be honest in your case, She is mother of your husband so your husband also would be a party if you file a case.
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