Sania Mirza herself is the owner of so many crores, will she still get alimony after divorce? - Newztezz Online


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Sania Mirza herself is the owner of so many crores, will she still get alimony after divorce?

The divorce of tennis star Sania Mirza and Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik is in the news everywhere these days. In such a situation, the question is whether how much maintenance will Sania Mirza get after divorce. She herself is the owner of wealth worth billions of rupees, so will she have any right on maintenance or not?

India's daughter Sania Mirza is divorced from Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik. After this, Shoaib Malik has also got married for the third time, whose pictures are viral on social media. Meanwhile, the most current discussion is that how much maintenance will Sania Mirza get after divorce? At the same time, when her assets are worth billions of rupees, does she have the right to get maintenance?

Sania Mirza has represented India in the game of tennis for a long time. She married Shoaib Malik in 2010, although even after marriage she continued playing tennis for India. In such a situation, the news of his divorce has shocked everyone.

Sania has assets worth billions of rupees

Sania Mirza's tennis career has been quite brilliant. She has been the highest ranked female tennis player from India in singles. He has received Arjun Award, Padma Shri and Padma Bhushan. According to Zee media reports, Sania's annual income is around Rs 25 crore. His net worth is around Rs 2.16 billion. This figure has been calculated on the basis of estimates for the year 2022. When Shoaib Malik's current net worth is said to be Rs 2.32 billion.

Marriage and divorce from Sania-Shoaib

Now the question is what maintenance will Sania Mirza get after her divorce from Shoaib Malik. It is said about Shoaib that he had given around Rs 15 crore to his first wife after divorce. However, Shoaib and Sania's marriage took place as per Muslim law. In such a situation, Sania will be given maintenance till the period of Iddat. According to the website named Advocate of Lahore, Muslim women do not have the right to get maintenance in Pakistan in case of divorce.

Is maintenance available in India?

If Sania Mirza's marriage had taken place as per Indian law, she could have demanded maintenance under Section 125 of CrPC. For this he had to fulfill a condition. That is, he is not able to earn for himself. This is exactly what Hindu women get.

In this situation, the court assesses the assets of both the parties and makes provision for alimony. After the end of the relationship, the court looks at the income status of both and decides the amount of maintenance or alimony keeping in mind that the life status of both is equal. If the wife's income is more than the husband's, then in that situation the wife has to pay maintenance to the husband.

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