Who is usually granted temporary custody while separation?

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Advocate Roshan Prajapati

Giti Khadan, Nagpur
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A: In the matter of Divorce and separation, family court use to grand the custody of children. considering the age of Child and other few points. so lets share proper matter to guide more on it.
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Advocate Priyanka Chopade

Nagpur, Nagpur
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A: Dear Client, In Such matter of Separation, Court only grand the custody and from time to time pass such interim order respect to child custody, education of Minor child, consistently with their wishes and alter the decree with consideration the application of petition. Also i found your Question is incomplete and need more information to guide you better....
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Advocate Chandrashekhar Vithal Jadhav

Karekallu, Kamakshipalya, Bangalore, Bangalore 
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Dear Sir/Madam, usually granted temprorty cutody during the course of seperation to maintain the child in custody of mother (who is natural mother of child) in question, which is ordered by the competent court of law, i.e., family courts/District Courts as case may be. It is setted law. The under section 10 of the Hindu Marriage Act, say about Judicial Seperation. In Generally, Section 23 of the Special Marriage Act, 1954. In parsi law, under section 34 of the Parsi Marriage  & Divorce Act, 1936. In Christian Law : Section 22 of the Divroce Act, 1869. In Muslim Law, no provision.  

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