Can a husband and wife work for the same government?

Can a husband and wife work for the same government?

In the case of Both husband and wife working central government, to avoid double claim for same medical expenses, either Husband or Wife is permitted to make claims for self and entire family.

Can a husband and wife work in the same station?

Please refer to Rule 54 (11), CCS (Pension) Rules in this regard. HRA will be paid to both husband and wife even if they work in the same station and did not avail Government Quarters. Even if one of them avails the Government residence in the same station where the other spouse is working, he/she will not be entitled for HRA.

What are regulations in case of husband and wife working for central government?

What are all the regulations, Guidelines and instructions in the case of Husband and Wife both working for Central Government in the situations such as applying for HRA, CGHS, House Building Advance, Medical Attendance Rules, Children Education Allowance, Leave Travel Concession Etc ?

Can a woman work if her husband is an employee?

However, women employees can prefer to include her parents-in-law, instead of her parents, in the family for availing CGHS. If both Husband and Wife prefer to contribute for CGHS, parents of both will be entitled for medical benefits under CGHS.

Do you have a work wife or work husband?

In a survey conducted by Totaljobs.com, a staggering 65 per cent said they thought a lot of people already had a ‘work wife’ or ‘work husband’ without realising it. And they’re having a big impact on our real marriages.

Who is the work spouse in the UK?

Nearly half of all professionals in the UK have or wish they had a ‘work spouse’, according to a recent survey. A work spouse is a co-worker, usually of the opposite sex (or same sex if you’re gay), that you have a close relationship with.

What happens if you fall out with your work spouse?

If you fall out with a partner, you dump them and they’re out of your life (or at least mostly out of it, if you have kids). Fall out with your work spouse and it’s not so easy to get rid of them. You’re forced to continue to work, awkwardly, together which makes the whole office tense.

How to know if a work wife is a threat to your marriage?

Trust your instincts. If she’s friendly and nice and you instantly feel part of their work twosome, put another big tick in the ‘just friends’ box. If she’s offhand and cool, pay attention. 3. Does he lie about how much time they spend together?

Can a wife file a divorce on cruelty grounds?

• Abusing and accusing husband by way of insulting in presence of in-laws and in some cases wife abusing husband in front of office staff members. • Wife refusing to have sex with husband without any sufficient reasons which can be considered as a ground of cruelty and husband can file a divorce petition.

Can a husband and wife file jointly for divorce?

Filed jointly by husband and wife. Filed only by one spouse since the other does not consent. Husband, wife decide on maintenance, child custody, property and investments. Lawyers mediate on all these issues. No grounds required.

How does a husband and wife get a divorce?

The divorce will go ahead. Your husband or wife will apply for a legal document (a ‘decree nisi’) to end the marriage. After they get the decree nisi, they must then apply for a ‘decree absolute’ to finalise the divorce. After you respond, you must also download and fill in an ‘answer to a divorce’ petition to say why you disagree with the divorce.

What can a husband do in a divorce in India?

The husband can consult top divorce attorneys in Indiato file a petition under GWC cases for shared child custody/visitations. The husband can apply for full custody of the child under GWC case if the wife is cruel to or neglects the child, or has committed adultery.

Who is responsible for the outcome of a divorce?

Your case and the outcome of your divorce is governed by one person and one person alone… the judge.

What happens if I disagree with a divorce application?

Disagreeing with the divorce means there’ll be a court hearing. You’ll have to attend and come to an agreement over the divorce with your husband and wife. You can get legal advice or apply for help paying court fees if there’s going to be a court hearing.