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Advocate Himanshi Bhardwaj

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LawRatoRohini Courts, Delhi
LawRato5 years Experience
Practice Areas
Cheque Bounce, Child Custody, Consumer Court, Criminal, Divorce, Domestic Violence, Family, High Court, Recovery, Supreme Court
Language(s) Spoken: English, Hindi
Advocate Himanshi Bhardwaj has been practicing and handling cases independently with a result oriented approach, both professionally and ethically and has now acquired many years of professional experience in providing legal consultancy and advisory services.

  • Bombay High Court,
  • Bombay High Court,
  • Delhi High Court,
  • District Court, Faridabad,
  • District Court, Gurgaon,
  • District Court, Karkardooma ,
  • District Court, Patiala House,
  • District Court, Rohini,
  • District Court, Saket,
  • District Court, Tis Hazari

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Questions Answered by Advocate Himanshi Bhardwaj

Q: My Dad took a loan and currently case is going on can son be liable.

My Dad is currently running a fast food shop and there is a court case going on him for a loan which he haven't payed. The bank is asking for 4lac for settlement and my dad can only pay 2 lac . I want to know can court take any action against me as i'm earning or on my savings or ask me as a son to pay that loan.

Advocate Himanshi Bhardwaj answered
yes in a situation the burden comes on you. but before that you can ask bank to give relief or else can opt for arbitration and mediation. where after looking after the condition, relief will be provided to you.

Q: False behave wife and wrong case in me and my family

Saaf saaf bata diya tha k, unemployment h ladka, uske baad bhi ha hogi gi thn shadi bhi, shadi ke baad wife k clues esse the, k woh nhi rehna chahti.... finally 1.5 mahine baad ghr gayi, aur father k phone aata h, ladki bhul jao aur talak do... Papa k bhulya gurudware me, waha pe demand k 5lacs do otherwise tum sab k jail karva dege, thn women cell gye, waha k io ji, paise de k raffa daffa krte kyu nhi.... finally compromise k liye kaha h...??? To hum compromise kr le ya nhi....??? Compromise = talak/Divorce ya baad me koi issue create h sakta h... ??? Court me kya case chala gya h ya nhi...??? Divorce wife lena chahti h, kuch chupaya ja rha hai humse, aur sari aaroop mere pe lga rhi h, what to do, please advise me ???

Advocate Himanshi Bhardwaj answered
to know that case is in court or not, you need to enquire. And if you think that compromise is good option for you, then you can go for it. You need to take defence if you feel that they are hiding something from you

Q: Divorce without consent of my sister is it possible???

My sister got married in 13 april 2019. They are totally unhappy to marriage gifts they expect more dowry.After 1 year she concieved . After knowing the news of pregnancy her in laws did many cruelties and left her at parental house. And during pregnancy her in laws and her husband tortured her on phn. On 10 dec 2020, she gave birth to girl child.After 3 days of girl child birth they sent a notice as per muslim shariat law of first talak. Then we do all efforts to meet her husband but he dont want to meet and her in laws dont allow to enter her in their house. We are doing continuous efforts but all is wasted. Kindly advice me wht should we do now. And my sister dont want to give divorce. Is it possible that without my sister agreeing this divorce is valid???? Plz reply

Advocate Himanshi Bhardwaj answered
No , consent is important for granting divorce. And if your sister don’t want to give divorce then consider it for mediation in court. So that both of them will be able to seek advice and will be able to decide , and can also give chance to their marriage.

Q: 10 12Certificate fathers name spelling mistake GEEBODH instead JIBODH

My father name spelling mistake in my 10th 12th in graduation degree. His correct name is JIBODH GUPTA but typed by school GEEBODH GUPTA. Would you please tell me how can I change this. I face so many problems with this issue

Advocate Himanshi Bhardwaj answered
You need to publish Public notice in two newspapers (including local and national newspaper) which will be considered correct name in your documents. The newspaper will be published by legal authorities or else you can file an affidavit to get it published in newspaper.

Q: Name Change in India - Residence Proof- Gazette Notification

Sir/Madam: I have made an affidavit using Delhi non judicial e-stamp paper and it notarized by a notary public in Delhi after publishing the advertisement in newspapers. Before making the affidavit, I have published the name change advertisement in a local and a national newspaper (Indian express Delhi edition and janasatta) for Central Gazette notification. Do I need to make again the affidavit and then publish the name change advertisement? I belong to Kerala State and I was residing in Delhi but have no residence proof in Delhi. My address on the Aadhaar card belongs to Kerala state. Can I make an affidavit using Delhi non judicial e-stamp paper for Central Gazette notification?. Is the non judicial stamp paper of the Kerala state is mandatory? Does the pro forma need to be signed by two witnesses in the gazette Officer rank from the state of Kerala or Delhi? Is it mandatory to reside in Delhi during this process? I look forward to hearing your advice. Yours Sincerely,

Advocate Himanshi Bhardwaj answered
Not at all. You need to take help of legal team to solve the matter. And for the name change you need to get the article published in two newspapers both English and hindi. Which basically means national newspaper and one in local newspaper. No need to stay at a particular place.


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