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One of the best Advocates & Lawyers in Jaipur - Advocate Prabuddha Sharma

Advocate Prabuddha Sharma

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LawRatoBapu Nagar, Jaipur
LawRato11 years Experience
Practice Areas
Arbitration, Cheque Bounce, Civil, Consumer Court, Corporate, Criminal, Divorce, Family, Property, Recovery
About
Language(s) Spoken: English, Hindi
Advocate Prabuddha Sharma 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 Prabuddha provides services in various fields of Civil Matters, Child Custody Matters, Family Matters, Divorce Matters, Consumer Court Matters, Documentation Matters, Criminal Matters and drafting and vetting of various agreements and documents.

Advocate Prabuddha enrolled with the Bar Council of Rajasthan in 2013.

Enrollment Number : R/795/2013
Courts
  • District Court, Jaipur
  • Jaipur District Court
  • Rajasthan High Court

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Advocate Prabuddha Sharma understood my issue quite well and guided me through the entire process.
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My issue was well understood by Adv. Prabuddha Sharma. I was offered the right advice which helped me in my legal issue. The lawyer aided me in making the best decision possible.
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Questions Answered by Advocate Prabuddha Sharma



Q: What is fir time limit in case of accident ?

Please inform what is the time limit for filing fir in india with police, if any, after the incident date.

Advocate Prabuddha Sharma answered
There is no statutory (law prescribed) time line for lodging FIRHowever, it should be filed immediately upon occurrence of the event as delay in lodging FIR ordinarily creates doubt regarding its genuineness.If for some reason, you could not lodge FIR immediately, then include the explanation for delay while registering it subsequently,



Q: Do I need to pay alimony? Will I get divorce

I got married 15 months ago , after few days I got to know that my wife is suffering from schizophrenia ( psychosis ) since last 14 years ( I have her & her parents voice recordings and one old prescription before the marriage), her parents and she married me by hiding her mental illness. From that time till now I was trying my best to get proper treatment, but seems everything is useless, she is making false allegations on my family members even we are not living with my family after marriage ( as she is working as doctor in another state). nMy question is n1. Whether I can get divorce on the basis of her mental illness?n2. Do I need to pay alimony even she is a grade-1 officer ? nSomeone please help me.

Advocate Prabuddha Sharma answered
You may file for divorce on the ground of concealment of your wife's illness from you at the time of performance of the marriage. As regards alimony, now both husband and wife are required to file an affidavit of income and assets before the court so if your wife is able to maintain herself, then ordinarily no maintenance is required to be paid to her.



Q: Ground for seeking a divorce by wife

Hi,nI want to know is emotional abuse ground for divorce ?nAnd what proofs are required to prove that.I also want to know how long it takes to get the divorcw finalized if no alimony or child support isssue is thereOn what grounds can court reject the plea for divorce.

Advocate Prabuddha Sharma answered
Emotional cruelty is a ground available under section 13 HMA. However, you must show the damage caused to you by such behaviour of your spouse either by medical documents, statements of your relatives etc. Contested Divorce proceedings take atleast 1-2 years. Divorce can be dismissed if you are unable to persuade the court in support of the ground for divorce.



Q: Illegal construction after court stay

HiWe have stay from court related to unauthorized construction by my uncle on undivided ancestral property. Still he is not stopping construction work. The local municipal corporation not doing anything.. we have filed for contempt of court but as we understand it is difficult to stop construction as we have been openly told by other party we can not do anything. Is there any other legal option available now..

Advocate Prabuddha Sharma answered
pursue your contempt proceedings. additionally you may also make a representation to the concerned municipal authority along with the copy of the concerned court's order asking them to stop the illegal construction.



Q: Unregistered Memorandum of Family Settlement and Relinquishment

My maternal grandfather died without a will. nnMy mother 's brother made her sign a Memorandum of Family Settlement where she has agreed that he brother will have sole right to my grandfather's house, including right to sell. The document is notarized but not registered. nnHe had made some verbal promises in return which he now refuses to honor. Also, he has used the document to get the title(patta)of the house in her name. My questionsn- Does my mother still have a share in the property as no settlement or relinquishment deed has been registered?n- Can she stop her brother from selling the house ?n- If he sells the house, can she claim her share from the proceeds ?nnThanks.

Advocate Prabuddha Sharma answered
Family settlements are binding unless you are able to show absence of consensus. also, the nature of the property, whether co-owner or co sharer is significant to decide whether any sale can happen without the consent of the other parties.




Frequently Asked Questions about Advocate Prabuddha Sharma



Can Advocate Prabuddha Sharma represent me in court?

Yes, Advocate Prabuddha Sharma can represent you in court. The lawyer is trained to present your case in the most effective way possible.


What should I bring to my initial consultation with Advocate Prabuddha Sharma?

When you meet with Advocate Prabuddha Sharma for an initial consultation, it is important to bring any relevant documents or information with you. This may include documents related to your legal issue, such as contracts or court orders, as well as any other relevant information, such as a list of questions or concerns you have about your case.


How do I prepare for my initial consultation with Advocate Prabuddha Sharma?

Before your initial consultation with Advocate Prabuddha Sharma, it can be helpful to think about the specific legal issue you are facing and any questions or concerns you have about your case. You should also gather any relevant documents or information that you think may be helpful in understanding your situation.


What should I expect during my initial consultation with Advocate Prabuddha Sharma?

During your initial consultation with Advocate Prabuddha Sharma, you can expect to discuss the specific legal issue you are facing and the details of your situation. Lawyer will ask you questions to get a better understanding of your case and will provide you with information about your legal options and any potential outcomes.


How do I communicate with Advocate Prabuddha Sharma?

It is important to communicate with Advocate Prabuddha Sharma regularly to stay updated on the progress of your case and to discuss any new developments or concerns you may have. You can communicate with the lawyer through phone calls, emails, or in-person meetings.


How much does it cost to hire Advocate Prabuddha Sharma?

The cost of hiring Advocate Prabuddha Sharma can vary widely. Some lawyers charge hourly rates, while others charge a flat fee for their services. Some also offer free initial consultations to discuss your case. Kindly contact the lawyer directly to enquire about the fee.