Maintenance ordered. Some Questions
[CrPC 125] Last week, I've been ordered by the magistrate to pay 20,000 per month for child and wife. The magistrate failed to consider my expenses, dependent parents, and 80C deductions and rather went with the Gross Total Income in my ITR. I also made it clear in the written argument that the wife has work experience of 3 yrs and is a computer science engineer, although she's not working now.
I'm a freelance writer and my income from profession is fluctuating. I'm surviving only from interest income (sold my house 2 yrs back)
1) How do I go for appeal and what are the chances of reducing it to 15K per month?
For 2018-19, my ITR figures are :
Gross Total Income Rs. 7,82,537
Deductions Rs. 1,62,501
Net income Rs. 6,20,040
2) Secondly, how long should I have to pay her (divorce and RCR cases still going on in her town).
3) She's adamant and not accepting for MCD. Can I do a bulk payment of maintenance and go for renunciation after say, 5-7 yrs of so?
Asked 4 years ago in Family Law
I'd like to inform you that the divorce case (filed by me on mental cruelty) and conjugal rights (filed by her) are going on in her town. I have no proof for her mental cruelty but can explain orally to the judge.
If she's not willing for MCD, is it still possible to do a one-time settlement?
Asked 4 years ago