Husband file for divorce but wife deny divorce & want to stay together


My husband filed for divorce and I don’t want to give him divorce I want to stay with him and want to get back to matrimonial house.

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195 votes

It is better to go matrimonial home as early as possible. Since how long you have been away from your husband. You don't want some one permission to go your home. What made him to ask for divorce. Divorce is not the solution for all problems. If need any further counselling call me.


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261 votes

Hi
You can refuse to concede to the divorce request by filing your counter in the court and also by reiterating the same during reconciliation and mediation proceedings.
With reference to you getting back to matrimonial house, you should file a petition under Section 19 of Domestic violence act wherein courts will grant you permission to get back to matrimonial home and no person can dispossess you of the same till court order is in place. Unfortunately, the aforementioned protection is not available in divorce proceedings under matrimonial (divorce law) and hence you will need to file a Domestic violence case to get the aforementioned protection

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316 votes

HI,
If you dont want to get divorce then it will be a contested case and he has to prove why he needs a divorce from you and with all proof as alleged in his application .You can file restitution of conjugal rights to rejoin your husband . Call us through the website for further assistance.

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