Legal Expat, Online Workshop, Domestic Violence, Divorce, Custody Issues
Legal Expatiate is a lockdown initiative to bring together the best talent in this country and infuse them with a nation-first attitude. An active forum of researchers, professionals and students where they organize webinars of senior lawyers, High Court judges and other luminaries, where they organize various competitions like the research paper writing competition, moot competitions, essay competition, quiz competition, certificate courses, etc. in order to prepare the research and advocacy skills of legal learners.
We again bring the well-experienced, appointed and renowned personality in the field of family law right to your doorstep through online sessions.
For a complete and proper understanding of family conflict, we have tried to cover its main aspects in 6 days by the best experienced speaker.
DAY – 1 (6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.)
Subject – Overview of Domestic Violence, Divorce and Custody Laws in India
Speaker – Priyanka Dhar (Assistant Professor, National University of Law Hiddayatulla)
Day II – Divorce by mutual consent
1. Fault and No-Fault Divorce
2. Application for divorce by mutual consent
3. How to write?
4. When can the waiting period be waived?
5. What if a party resides outside the country?
6. What if a party refuses to divorce after filing a petition for divorce by mutual consent?
7. Petition for legal separation and dissolution of marriage
8. Can we appeal once the mutual divorce has been pronounced?
Speaker – Adv Seema Gajakosb (Lawyer, Bombay High Court with 22 years of experience)
Day III – Land Acquisition Issues
1. Petition for divorce
3. What if the board is successful?
4. How do I convert a petition for divorce into a petition for divorce by mutual consent?
5. Board Failure
6. Maintenance request (once/monthly)
7. NRI marriages and their problems
8. Call to HC
Speaker –Usha Tanna (Senior Advocate, Celebrity Lawyer of Bombay High Court having 33 years of experience)
Day IV – Procedure 498 A
2. advance guarantee
3. regular deposit
4. cancellation of the FIR
5. procedure in lower court
6. remedies that can be researched
7. Interrelationship of 498 A and Divorce Proceedings
9. Consequences of not filing the FIR
10. Benefit of non-declaration for the accused
11. How to help the parents of the woman in cases where no violence has been committed by them?
Speaker – Ricky Chopra (Lawyer, Delhi High Court
1. Request under PWDVA
2. Provisional requests
3. Prayers under PWDVA
4. Other remedies
5. Call in both requests
6. Interrelation between the PWDVA and divorce proceedings
7. Can the PWDVA be sued after a divorce?
Speaker – Thulsi Ram (Lawyer, Telangana High Court with 15 years of experience)
Day VI – Custody Matters
– Application for custody
– Application for custody in the event of divorce
– Who can apply?
– What are the grounds for requesting custody?
– The maintenance of the child given in which cases?
– Types of custody
– Can custody be entrusted to the grandparents?
Speaker – Monima Khan (Renowned Barrister, Culcutta High Court 18 years experience)
- Benefits of attending the course
- E certificate of completion
- Draft samples
- Hone your litigation skills
- Pocket friendly course
- Easy access on zoom
- – Experienced advice at your doorstep
1. Students (UG and PG)
4. Academic researchers
Rs 600/- only
- Last registration date:
3.4.2022 to 8.4.2022
1. Pay 600/- via google pay/phone pay/paytym to 9225349821 or bank transfer to
Anagha Nitin Pedgaonkar
Account number: 62502752201
Bank: State Bank of India
Branch: Ramdas Tower Branch, Aurangabad
IFS Code: SBIN0050896
2. Send payment screenshot to 8999422426 (to confirm registration it is required)
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