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GuardianShip and custody law
Child custody and guardianship are legal terms which are sometimes used to describe the legal and practical relationship between a parent and his or her child, such as the right of the parent to make decisions for the child, and the parent’s duty to care for the child. Mothers and fathers both have a prominent role to play in supporting the growth and development of their children. The basic opinion of the child and the mother is highly ignored while determining the custody of the child.
Divorce and Maintenance law
Divorce takes place when the dissolution of a marriage is approved by a court or any other competent body. The parties.i.e. Husband and wife are afterwards not bound to perform the duties inside a marriage, the bond of marriage breaks the moment divorce is approved.
Maintenance is when a marriage is dissolved, certain rights come into existence. The wife is allowed to ask for maintenance from the husband, to preserve herself and her child in some cases. It is provided to provide the wife with general expenses and to put her in comfort by minimising the loss.
The law relating to divorce and maintenance differs from people to people. The amount is not fixed, but varies as per the condition of living of the couple, the income of husband and wife, no. of people dependent on the husband for their survival. It is either upon the couple to agree on an amount or do it as per the order of Court. It can either be paid in lump-sum or on a monthly basis. There are certain grounds based on which maintenance can be denied.
Laws of Succession relate to legal principles of distribution of assets of a deceased individual. These include the order in which one person in preference of any or one person after another or any one person in particular share with any other person succeeds to the property/estate of the deceased person. The laws of succession can broadly be divided in two parts, firstly, where deceased has left behind a valid and enforceable ‘Will’; and secondly, where a person died without leaving behind such ‘Will’.
- Succession of the person dying without leaving a valid and enforceable Will, is called Intestate Succession. Principles of distribution of assets in this regard are based on personal laws applicable to Deceased.
- Where a person makes a Will for some of the properties only and leaves out balance, or where Will is not found valid for whatever reason, such balance property shall devolve in accordance with principles of Intestate succession.
Domestic violence law
Domestic Violence, which is also known as Intimate Partner Violence, Domestic Abuse, Dating Violence and Intimate Partner Abuse, is a type of violence committed by someone in the victim’s domestic circle. This incorporates partners & ex-partners, family members, close relatives and family friends.
The term “Domestic Violence” is used when there is a close relationship between the victim & the offender. Usually, there is a power gap between the victim and the offender. Domestic Violence is a major Public Health Issue in that it affects a large number of individuals and many time results in physical, mental and economical injuries & even deaths.
LAWS ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
- Protection of Women against Domestic Violence Act, 2005
- Section 498A of the IPC (Indian Penal Code)
- Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961
- There are other laws too, governing the areas of domestic violence.