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Posted on 10-08-18 5:14 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Hi, i am a british citizen and wants to divorce my husband who is nepalese citizen. we have been married for 30 years and we have a daughter and a son of 28 and 25 years. they dont live with us, I live with my husband here in nepal but my husband has been cheating on me and i have enough evidence to prove it. i have asked my husband to give me 50% of his assets but he is refusing it. i just wanted to know that despite being a foreign citizen, do i have any chance to file for divorce and fight to get 50%?

it would be very helpful if you could help me out here.

Thank you
 
Posted on 10-08-18 5:46 PM     [Snapshot: 41]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Maybe consult a lawyer .
 
Posted on 10-08-18 6:32 PM     [Snapshot: 85]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Please consult a Nepalese lawyer. What I am saying below is in generality.

First, you won't get 50% because you have a son and a daughter too. Basically, your son will get 50% and the rest 50% is divided between you and and your husband. So you get a share of 25% in totality. Also. keep in mind that there might be a new law where daughter also gets parents property. If that is the case, your total share will even go down.

Consult with a lawyer please.
Also, Nepal does not allow a foreign national to own any property. So not sure how you are going to get the property in your name.

Divorce, you can get it, that should not be an issue.
 
Posted on 10-08-18 8:47 PM     [Snapshot: 168]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Hello Sonia, as a woman myself, I advise you to not beg for 50%. You should have built your own asset. May be what you can do is cheat back on your husband with a young guy or something.
 
Posted on 10-08-18 11:11 PM     [Snapshot: 256]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Advice pani kasto hau? Husband cheated on me so I would cheat on him!!! LOL! What if the wife is NOT immoral like the Husband? What if the wife wants to be dedicated to the husband or a single man! It is a matter of personal choice, correct?
 
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@TitoSatya - samitabaral is an immature, lonely loser troll who seeks attention and thinks he/she/it is being smart and witty. Don't feed the troll. Just read the pathetic posts from this loser and ignore he/she/it
 
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@stanley: I think you are frustrated in life because you smell like a homeless bum and that smell won't go despite bleaching your sorry faggot ass over and over and over again. BTW, have you ever asked your mom if you are its legimate child or picked up from a trash can in some slum?
 
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Dui tin din dekhi sajha baasi maajh utpanna yo prashna- Hamro sajha manchmaa dashain ko raunak chaayeko ho ki Naya Mahanubhaav haru ko aagaman ko Umanga. SamitaBaral jiu ko agaaman sangai aile sajha manchmaa sunaulo bihaani ko agaaman vayeko cha. Uhaako tippaniharu padhdaa lagcha Sajha uhaakainlaagi janmeko thiyo ra karib 16,18 barsa ko laamo antaraal pachi balla uhaa vetinu vayeki chin. Harek postmaa Samita Baral ji ko uttar Pratiuttar padhera yati din dekhi bandha mera yi dui netra ahile Junkiri ko ujyalo chai adheromaa pani chamkiraheko cha. Dhanyabaad ra koti koti pranam cha hajur Samita Baral jiulaai.
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@stanley: I am surprised that a pathetic "nobody" like you is trying to be a grammar nazi. Fag, does it look like I am here to write an essay paper or something? I have every right to say what I want, where I want and I will do it whether you or your hooker mom likes it or not. I think you are angry because you recently found out that you are a disgusting product of various semens mixed together. It must have sucked for you to grow up in a brothel of Thamel. I am not even sure why I am wasting my time arguing with a pathetic eunuch & schmuck like you.
 
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samitabaral
you must hate someone called Samita Baral right thats why you are misusing her name in sajha or may be some other websites too
 
Posted on 10-09-18 11:33 AM     [Snapshot: 556]     Reply [Subscribe]
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@stanley: Barking DOGS seldom bite! LOL! Bhokk kukur Bhokk!
 
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@staley: Less than your mom did in the brothel of Thamel. LOL!
 
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@sinope: You must be living in stone age if you think a girl can't be bold and speak her mind.
 
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@soniat: Definitely consult with a lawyer. I am sure as a wife you deserve half of the assets without doubt. Do get opinions from various law firm tho.

@samitabaral: She is not begging, that belongs to her as well. And when your married you both are involved to make the property whether you stay home and take care of kids or work. There is no saving just for yourself. At this point of life there is no way to come up with money you would need to move on. Hell you would fight for that property and it is the right thing to do!!
 
Posted on 10-09-18 3:20 PM     [Snapshot: 753]     Reply [Subscribe]
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soniat
my 2 cents,, pardon me if i am wrong. as far as i know nowadays children in nepal implicitly don't have rights to their parents properties like in the past but spouse do. so, legally you have right to obtain 50% of what your husband owns but you must go through lawyer in nepal.
 


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