My father disowned me.
I am only issue from his first wife.
First he took divorce from my mother and the leave me alone..
He never spend a single rupee on me.
Now he is also not willing to give a single rupee from his property..
He daily harassed me..
Asked 1 year ago in Family Law from Ambala, Haryana
1) you have no right on your father self acquired property .
2)on his dying intestate ie without a will you would be one of his legal heirs
What is your age? If you have not attained the age of majority then you can claim maintenance from your father by filing a case to this effect. However, you do not have a share in the self acquired property of your father. If there is an ancestral property on the paternal side you can file a suit for partition to cull out your share therein.
He also hAve parental property
Asked 1 year ago
1) you have only share in ancestral property ie property which has remained undivided for four generations
2) if it is grand father self acquired property you would not have any share
The property can either be self acquired or ancestral. There is nothing such as parental property. If he has inherited a property from his father or grandfather it is at par with his self acquired property.
1. He can disown you from his self acquired property but not from his ancestral property.
2. So you can claim your share in his ancestral property by way of filing of partition suit.
if the property is ancestral then you may file a civil suit for partition and claim your share in ancestral property.
if you are girl and not married then you may file a maintenance petition against him before family court/district court and claim maintenance.
if you are boy and is minor then you may also file a maintenance case through your mother.
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Advocate, New Delhi
Hi, if the property is the ancestral property they you have share in the properties.
2. But if it is self acquired properties of your father then you have no right to claim share in the properties, provided if your father died interstate then only you have share in the properties.
You cannot claim a share in his self acquired property.
If there are some ancestral property share with him, you can file a partition suit claiming share in such properties.
Look for the details and consult a local advocate and file a partition suit seeking your legitimate share in it.