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I am married for past 8yrs & have a 7yr. old daughter. Our was a love marriage & from past 4yrs my married life is going through a very rough path. I have tried to save our relationship by all means even when he physically abused me. i tried to give him another chance & did not file any police complaint against him. I wanted to save the relationship for my daugters sake. My husband has all bad habits & he comes home highly drunk. Now for my daughters sake only i asked my husband to either quit drinking & all his bad habits or he leaves the house for which he prefared to leave the house. V have a joint property where i m the first owner & he is second owner. V have a housing loan where i am the applicant & pays all the EMI's & he is the guarantor. My in-laws have kept the jewellery gifted to me by them during our wedding which i now want it back as it wud help in future for my daughters studies & all. My husband doesnt contribute anything for my daughters expenses. I m staying on a rented apartment & have rented out our flat to stay near my parents house so that my parents can handle my daughter. Does my husband get any right in the property we own & the rent we are getting form our flat as the rent we i get, gets completely compensated to rent of flat where we stay. Does my daughter has any rights to her grand parents movable or immovable property? My father in law has wife & two surving children i.e. my husband & my sister in law.
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Joint property ownership means both have equal rights on that property. But since you're paying EMI's, you can take legal help to get rights over there. 

If your father-in-law has purchased any property from his own income / loan, it's his will where to pass that property after his death. He needs to write Will for that. But if it is inherited property from his father / grand-father, your husband and your daughter have also right in that property irrespective of his Will.

In anyway, I suggest you to take legal steps to get divorce, monthly compensation, property rights etc. Get all the documents ready. If possible, try to collect paers of your husband's assets like bank account, PPF, Gold, stocks, mutual funds, property, insurance policy, credit card statement etc.

 

Hope it will help you.
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