• Advice on the action after love marriage failure on Divorce

I m graduated girl and i have done my love marriage on nov2012 and after one year my husband started giving importance to his family and totaly they all get combined and started torturing me mentally as well as physically...then i talked to my father and i gone with them to my dad home.....after that he never called me and dnt talked to me ...he also misbehaved to all my family members ...my father also gives him 1.7lakh cash when they are newly married....after spending 6 months at home he came to his home...my parents again gone to his house bt he misbehaved to them ....nw i m still at my parents home ....i have nt done any action on him ....should their any law if their time gap increases ...means i m at home Is it possible that he cn get divorceeasily if time gap increases beyond 6 months....i dnt want to get divorce ...i also want him to pay to his guilty plzzz advice me plzzz its matter of my life and also tell me what should i do????
Asked 4 years ago in Family Law from kangra, Himachal Pradesh
Religion: Hindu
If you would like to stay with him you may write the entire situation as mentioned in your question in a letter and mail it to him via registered post to settle the misunderstanding within certain time period from the receipt of your letter, failing which you have following legal recourse:

1. to file restitution of conjugal rights in family court. The court would order him to accept you and would help you to settle the matter; if possible amicably;

2. Domestic Violence Act;

3. Worst case scenario, if there is mental harassment; as a last resort, without any practical possibility of reconciliation you may lodge 498A with the nearest police station. However, please ensure that facts are presented and there seems to be deliberate harassment and cruelty caused to you.

Adv Feroz Shaikh
Advocate, Navi Mumbai
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