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Advocate Rajaganapathy

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LawRatoTambaram, Chennai
LawRato9 years Experience
Practice Areas
Child Custody, Consumer Court, Court Marriage, Divorce, Domestic Violence, Family
About
Language(s) Spoken: English, Hindi
Advocate Rajaganapathy 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.

Advocate Rajaganapathy provides services in various fields of Divorce Matters, Family Matters, Consumer Matters and drafting and vetting of various agreements and documents.

Advocate Rajaganapathy enrolled with the Bar Council of Tamil Nadu & Puducherry in 2015. He is a member of Chengalpattu Bar Association.

Enrollment Number : Ms/89/2015
Courts
  • District Court, Chennai
  • Family Court, Chennai

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Questions Answered by Advocate Rajaganapathy



Q: Who gets the child custody after father's death?

A friend of mine committed suicide due to personal problems, and before he died he had called his mom and told that he was coming home (from a relative's house) because his wife was causing trouble like she did sometime back. Apparently, now his family has come to know that this girl has been having illegal affairs and she wants to marry that guy now. They had two kids (7 years old boy and 3 years old girl) whom she wants to take with her for the property of my deceased friend. The kids have been brought up by my friend's parents so far and this girl hits the children and scares them if they are not with her. Who can have the kids in this situation? She doesn't have the financial status or anything to take care of the kids. The kids will grow safe and healthy and get good education with the grandparents. Is there any way to save the children? Hindu family, what is the law for guardianship of a child in case of parents death india ?

Advocate Rajaganapathy answered
All circumstances leading to interest and welfare of the children shall be the sole criterion to determine the custody of the wards.If grandparents can establish such circumstances favourable to them , then they shall be awarded the custody.



Q: Right of a married daughter on the property of the mother

Registered property belongs to mother, if possible for married daughter to get share from mother?

Advocate Rajaganapathy answered
It shall be construed as her stridhana and she is vested with unfettered rights to bequeath the property according to her wish. Her absolute right over the property.



Q: Can a mother sell his son inherited property or write a will

Hello. My unmarried uncle (a Hindu) died suddenly without leaving a will. He had self earned properties. He left behind his widowed mother, 4 brothers and a sister. Now who will be the legal heir to inherit his properties? If his mother is the legal heir can she sell or write a will regarding the inherited properties?

Advocate Rajaganapathy answered
As per S.8(a) of the Act, it is the mother who inherits the property of her deceased son; She is competent to bequeath the property through a Will or through any other registered instrument and it becomes valid in the eyes of law.



Q: Husband death property and financial support denied to child & mother

My cousin had been living in US for last few years and she had returned along with 8 years old daughter after couple of years of marital discord and fighting.Child is US citizen.They were living in India without any support from the husband and divorce was not filed.My cousin husband passed away last month and now we realise that all properties earned by him has been transferred to his mother and/or purchased in her name.Also insurance money has been taken by her.Money earned by my cousin and kept in joint account has also been taken by her husband and given to his mother.They are not willing to give any share to the daughter.We are trying to find legal recourse to get the due share.Pls advise what and how things have to be done.

Advocate Rajaganapathy answered
It has to be seen whether the properties stand in your husband's name or his mother's name. It has to be proved that all the properties in the name of the mother are purchased from the proceeds of your husband's income. You have the legitimate right to claim the maintenance from your mother in law if your husband had transferred his income to your m-in-law's accounts.Talk to me to clarify. My profile is available in facebook and twitter. Search for G.Rajaganapathy, tambaram



Q: How to register marriage in trichy

Am Hindu . Am 24years old and my girl friend 29 years old we r in love. Our parents r not accepting for our marriage because of age problem and caste problem.Both of them are Hindu.what r the procedure for register marriage in Trichy without parents knowledge

Advocate Rajaganapathy answered
As both are major, get your marriage done in a temple; let some of your friends be present and take the receipt from the temple and approach the registrar office to get the marriage registered. Contact the clerk or peon in the office, they can help.




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