One of the best Advocates & Lawyers in Hyderabad - Advocate Geeta Tirandasu

Advocate Geeta Tirandasu

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LawRatoNallakunta, Hyderabad
LawRato12 years Experience
Practice Areas
Anticipatory Bail, Arbitration, Cheque Bounce, Civil, Criminal, Divorce, Documentation, High Court, NCLT, Succession Certificate
Language(s) Spoken: English, Hindi, Telugu
Advocate Geeta Tirandasu has been practicing and handling cases independently with a result oriented approach, both professionally and ethically and has now acquired excellent professional experience in providing legal consultancy and advisory services.

Advocate Geeta provides services in various fields of Criminal Matters, Divorce Matters, Family Matters, Child Custody Matters, Documentation Matters, Civil Matters, Corporate Matters and drafting and vetting of various agreements and documents.

Advocate Geeta enrolled with the Bar Council of Andhra Pradesh in 2012. She is the member of the Advocates High Court Association.

Enrollment Number : AP/2666/2012
  • Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) Hyderabad
  • City Civil Court, Hyderabad   
  • Debts Recovery Tribunal (DRT) Hyderabad
  • District Consumer Forum, Hyderabad
  • District Court, Ranga Reddy
  • Hyderabad High Court
  • Income Tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT) Hyderabad
  • Metropolitan Criminal Court, Hyderabad
  • National Company Law Tribunal, Hyderabad

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Questions Answered by Advocate Geeta Tirandasu

Q: can we file divorce before 1 year

my marriage was soleminized 7months ago unfer hindu marriage act marriage was not consummated and from 6months we are staying separately. both of our families tried to reconcile but every attempt failed and both familes decided to go for mutual divorce and we hsve discussed about compensation and wrote a mutual divorce agrement form and we are planing to file a case by the end of this month. can i apply for divorce before 1 year ,so with in how many months first hearing will be called and with in how many months can i get divorce please explain in detail.

Advocate Geeta Tirandasu answered
Hello Sir, As per the Hindu Marriage Act petition for divorce can be allowed only after one year, before also you can file, but it is the discretion of the Court to allow the petition or not. After allowing the petition, time will take to grant divorce 6 months min. and max 7 months.

Q: Need a suggestion how to proceed further.

Hi sir, I am Hindu, 31 year old female. I am married 5 years ago. My husband is having extra marital affair before my marriage, but I don't know before marriage and I came to know this after 2 months. But he is saying that he just speaks with the girl and has no physical relationship. I said not to talk or contact her from then and he said he will not talk again. But secretly speaking to that girl. He is addicted to alcohol before marriage itself but I don't know till I married to him. He not even cares me and he doesn't give a single rupee in the home to manage things. I said so many times to change his behaviour and not to talk with her but he says that he will not do again and he repeats it again. I have no children. I had 2 miscarriages. I am not able to tolerate this. Actually he is my relative, he said he loved me and talked to my parents and married me. Now he says that he likes me. But he never care me. I no able to understand how to deal with this situation. Please help me.

Advocate Geeta Tirandasu answered
I think there is some miscommunication between both of u. If u really don't wish to stay with him, openly say to him, check his response, if he also agreed to dissolve ur marriage ten take mutual divorce from court. if don't wish that, tell what u r expecting from him in front of both side elders. try to solve the issue amicably. take steps for peaceful life n be Happy.

Q: Potential Threat from Ex-Boyfriend

I was in long distance relationship for 5 months. He cheated on me & married to other girl. I moved on. After 6 months, I'm getting texts & calls from him.1st time, he called to ask how i'm doing. I gave him a warning not to call me again as he cheated on me & i suffered a lot. 2nd, He texted asking for secret virtual relationship. I told NO & blocked him. 3rd, he texted again saying, he is not a cheater & if he was, he could have blackmailed me showing my photos & old chats. The 3rd message was in the tone of threatening, as he mentioned he still have all these photos & chats. I'm worrying about the next message. I decided not to reply him for 3rd time. What might be his next step & what can i do. Please help.

Advocate Geeta Tirandasu answered
Hiu can approach she team, they will keep ur information secret and solve your asap. that's the only safest approach available for you right now. don't panic with his messages, photos etc., search online to get she team numbers.

Q: FIR done with section 366 and 506

The lady has got married around 10 yrs, still she has harassed with his matrimonial house, now she is feeling , they people are kill her so she is come with me vizag from noida, I m her cousin brother . So now they people has lounch FIR with section 366 and 506 against me. Plz advise me what to do..??

Advocate Geeta Tirandasu answered
first u please apply for anticipatory bail and tell her to file a complaint against them stating harassment of matrimonial house. then only u can save in future from the above said offences. u have to apply first for bail

Q: Need to know the procedure to apply for final judgement

Received preliminary decree for property case, need to know the procedure of final judgement

Advocate Geeta Tirandasu answered
u need to file a petition before the same court to pass final decree and before that Advocate Commissioner will appoint n fix the shares of the parties. then only court pass decree finally. preliminary decree when was passed.

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Can Advocate Geeta Tirandasu represent me in court?

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