One of the best Advocates & Lawyers in Ahmedabad - Advocate Suneeta Ramesh Shukla

Advocate Suneeta Ramesh Shukla

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Practice Areas
Anticipatory Bail, Cheque Bounce, Consumer Court, Court Marriage, Criminal, Divorce, Domestic Violence, Family, High Court, NCLT, Property, RERA, Succession Certificate
Language(s) Spoken: Bengali, English, Gujarati, Hindi
Advocate Suneeta Ramesh Shukla completed her law in the year 2003 and has been providing services in various fields of law, that is, Criminal, Cheque Bounce, Divorce, Family, Consumer Court and drafting and vetting of various agreements and documents.

Advocate Suneeta enrolled with the Bar Council of Gujarat in 2003. She is a member of the Gujarat High Court Bar Association.

Enrollment Number : G/811-A/2003

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Questions Answered by Advocate Suneeta Ramesh Shukla

Q: Inquiry About bail application filed second timre

I have filed one bail application through fir in that period my chargesheet also submited at lower court so i filed bail application through chargesheet at lower court now i want to know that if my bail application rejected at lower court that time ivhave to file again bail application at high court but my previous bail application is pending what ido

Advocate Suneeta Ramesh Shukla answered
You cannot apply for bail before two Courts at a time. You have not cleared that whether the bail application is anticipatory or regular.... but both application can’t go together. if you write in details then true or correct reply can be given

Q: Wife died wants to marry again how to file for divorce

Hello, myself. I'm Hindu and I'm widower my wife died last year's month of June after one year I decided to give myself another chance because I've one son too so with his permission I did second marriage with a lady who was divorced.In starting all things were going but she suddenly said she doesn't want to live in my house because of some reasons we(me and my family) try to compromise but she kept stick to her decision so finally we also decided to get divorce but now she is asking for some amount of money and let me tell you sir/mam that we've been in married life for just 27 days !!!! I want to know that can a lady ask for money just after 27 days of marriage? And if yes then what should I do to get rid off it?

Advocate Suneeta Ramesh Shukla answered
Sir,Is the lady staying with you now or she has left the matrimonial home? If compromise can be taken between parties out of court then do it. But if compromise become impossible then take recourse of law. Divorce should be taken from the court. A wife can demand maintenance but the same should be granted or not is matter of long procedure in try to resolve the matter out of court

Q: Customer gave cheque which got bounced due to wrong signature

Gud evening, i want some information related to cheque dishonored. A customer gave me a cheque on 20 August 2018 and it get dishonored on 24 August 2018. The Bank employee told me that the reason of cheque dishonored is that the signature is not matched. And i have proof like WhatsApp chat, his Adhar card with his signature and passport size photo. Now i want my money. So, what would i do??

Advocate Suneeta Ramesh Shukla answered
Immediately send one legal notice to him demanding the money. Wait for reply for the stipulated time. If reply of legal notice is not given or money is not paid thereafter then file case before appropriate forum.

Q: Regarding compromise deed between me and my wife

I am a 41 years old man married since 17 years. I have serious issue with my wife as she doesn't stay continuously at my home. Till date she had left my home total 4 times. 3 times with my daughter and 1 time alone. She also tried to escape from here several times. I'd tried my best to solve the case between 2 families with the help of our society. This time she is at her home since last 17 months with my younger daughter and she wants to return to my home. Hence, we decide to do compromise with her with compromise deed. My question is, 1. Will this compromise deed, which may some conditions, can save me in future, if she file any false case against us? 2. What I can do if she break some conditions in future?

Advocate Suneeta Ramesh Shukla answered
If your wife is not interested to stay with you then take a concrete step and decide that whether you both want one another's company or not. If yes then start the life afresh. Because matrimonial life is based upon faith and trust. No deed is required for that.In legal point of view, if in future your wife files any false case against you then that deed may help you in some extent.

Q: what to do if hearings are not happening in a case of 498A

I got married 2.5 years back but had to leave my husband's place within 8 months of our marriage. He used to get angry on every silly topic and abused me physically, mentally and emotionally even in front of his or my parents/relatives. In the course of his anger he also verbally abused his parents. He used to break mobile laptop mirror anything that comes in his hand. Take knife and threaten to suicide or hit me. He drank phenyl once just to grab neighbours attention. He was taken to psychologist who told he is not normal but we can handle such cases. I don't have those reports now. He tortured me so much that I came out of his house and living separately. I think he is mentally sick. I have NC against him and I have filed 498 A against him in Feb 2018 this year. Chargesheet is filed but there is not even a single hearing till now. I want to get out of this marriage ASAP. Please help. I am hindu.

Advocate Suneeta Ramesh Shukla answered
You may file Divorce case if you want to get rid of the marriage. May be within few months talks can lead to mutual divorce and at the same time you may withdraw the said case under section 498A. ....

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