Major causes of marital disputes:
2. Child custody
3. Dowry related issues
6. Sexual harassment at workplace
7. Extra marital relationships
8. An act of cruelty
9. Behavioral discovery like violence or addiction or abusive language or total lack of care
10. Certain psychological problems. Common examples are suspicious nature or a desire to micromanage
11. Conflict caused by medical reasons like problems such as mental disorders in one of the two parties
12. Sexual dissatisfaction is also a common cause of disputes. One of the two partners may have deviant sexual behaviors
Under these circumstances, devoted efforts for reconciliation are necessary in matrimonial disputes.
Main Activities at Astrea Legal’s Family Dispute Reconciliation Center:
1. Identifying the real cause of the dispute
2. Helps the parties to adopt a problem solving approach to find a “win win” outcome
3. Exploration of possibilities of reconciliation or divorce
4. Bring the parties to an agreed solution while shaping the solution in the legal formats
5. Explore the possibility of a peaceful separation
6. Parties are informed about all available legal options
7. Informed of rights and obligations of each party towards the other
8. Offers a faster solution, producing a qualitatively superior result
9. Relief from sufferings related to the litigant’s waste of money, time, and energy
10. An informal, flexible, confidential, non-adversarial and consensual procedure
Why Chose Astrea Legal’s Family Dispute Reconciliation Center?
Astrea Legal allows the parties greater control over resolving their issues while encouraging problem-solving approaches and providing a more effective settlement. Working with a legal team tends to enhance cooperation and preservation of the relationship.
The total number of pending matrimonial cases in our courts is at 24 million, with an average time to settle each case being several years.
The Law Commission in its 129th Report examined at length the nature of litigation in urban areas and highlighted the staggering tendancies of cases in various courts of urban areas. It was pointed out that as on 31st December 1984, 2,48,845 cases were pending in Sessions courts, 77,41,459 cases in Magisterial courts, 29,22,293 cases in Civil courts of original jurisdiction and 10,91,760 cases on the appellate side.
The Family Dispute Reconciliation Center seeks to maintain harmony in the social fabric of our everyday lives while promoting the interests and legal security of the entire family