Youngsters endure whereas dad and mom proceed the custody battle

A case concerning the custody of two children from Japan is pending with a joint judicial authority M Enayetur Rahim. The children’s father is a US citizen of Bangladeshi origin and the mother is a Japanese citizen.

The High Court gave the parents several opportunities to clarify the matter through the attorney. The court even said that both parties can come up with specific suggestions that would be better for the children. Since there were no obvious negotiations between the parties during the hearing on September 30th, the court set October 21st for the next hearing. The court said two children would stay with their mother in a gulshan house and their father could visit them during the day until October 21, 2021.

According to the lawyers, a lawyer and an actress tied the knot in 2018. After dissatisfaction between the two, the wife’s husband announced the divorce on April 29 of this year. The couple have two children. The older child stays with the father and the younger with the mother. The mother filed a petition alleging that the father illegally detained the older child. Following the hearing, the High Court issued a ruling on September 14, ordering the father to take the child to court on October 27 at 10:30 a.m.

A Bangladeshi businessman married a woman from an Indian Muslim family in Hyderabad, India on July 4, 2017. The couple had a baby boy in 2018. However, the husband sent the wife a divorce notice on August 11th this year. The husband was charged with assault. The woman’s relatives then informed a human rights organization about the matter and sought legal assistance. Then the law enforcement agency and others filed a petition to ensure that the three-and-a-half-year-old child and mother were not illegally detained.

The High Court first issued a rule ordering the mother to appear in court. Later, on August 26th of that year, the court said that under the agreement of the human rights organization, the child would stay with the mother for the time being. The father can stay with the child three days a week. And the order would last for two months.

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