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GROUNDS FOR DIVORCE

Adultery –

Cruelty –

Desertion –

Conversion –

Mental Disorder –

Leprosy –

Venereal Disease –

Renunciation –

Not Heard Alive –

No Resumption of Co-habitation –

First time in Eastern India, a law firm has been introduced to deal with Matrimonial cases only. Our team of lawyers, expert in dealing with matrimonial disputes handle cases under the guidance and supervision of Mr. Debasish Pushilal and Mr. Prithwish Ganguli.

Our range of service with assured quality designed in such a way to fit everyone of the society.

We offer various specialised services that suits NRIs.

Services offered:

  • Mutual Divorce
  • Contested Divorce
  • Annulment of Marriage
  • Judicial Separation
  • Restitution of Conjugal Rights
  • DOmestic Violence Cases
  • Maintenance Case
  • Child Custody
  • 498A etc
  • Recovery of Stridhan Article etc
Our Team: Debasish Pushilal, Prithwish Ganguli, Jayasree Ganguli, Swarupa Karmakar, Prativa Bhattacharya, Soumen Das, Baishakhi Kayal.

Cases under 498A of the Indian Penal Code

If a wife has been tortured in the hand of her in laws in demand of dowry, she can file complaint to the Police with full details of the incident or incidents and after receiving the complaint the police may draw FIR against the alleged person. Only matrimonial tortures indemand of dowry comes within the ambit of the provision.

If despite receiving the complaint the Police neglects to lodge the FIR the wife may move the court of the Magistrate under section 156(3) of the Code of Criminal Procedure for an instruction upon the police for treating the complainat as an FIR and to cause investigation.

The offence under section 498A IPC is non-bailable.

Cases under 406 of the Indian Penal Code

If the in laws of a wife misappropriate the personal belongings of a wife, she can  lodge complaint to the Police with full details of the articles and after receiving the complaint the police may draw FIR against the alleged person.

If despite receiving the complaint the Police neglects to lodge the FIR the wife may move the court of the Magistrate under section 156(3) of the Code of Criminal Procedure for an instruction upon the police for treating the complainat as an FIR and to cause investigation.

The offence under section 406 IPC is non-bailable

These cases are criminal cases triable by Magistrate. The offences are non-bailable and cognizable.

Anticipatory Bail: Commonly known as pre arrest bail. This is guided by the section 438 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973. One can move the Court of Session or the Hon'ble High Court of the concerned State with the prayer for Anticipatory Bail if any FIR is lodged against that person and he/she anticipates arrest in connection with the FIR. Without FIR no application for anticipatory bail application can be filed.

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