A woman who suffers from mental disorders after an ectopic pregnancy is thrown back to her mothers home to divorce her husband

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 A woman who suffers from mental disorders after an ectopic pregnancy is thrown back to her mothers home to divorce her husband


On October 10, Pengmei News learned from the Peoples Court of Pingyang County, Wenzhou that Wen Mou paid Chen Mou 28,000 yuan for medical expenses in the first instance of the court recently, and the judgment has now come into effect.

In August 2016, Chen and Wen became engaged shortly after they met each other and held their wedding in September of the same year. In 2017, Chen was pregnant outside the uterus. Doctors told her it was difficult to get pregnant again. Chen Mou was very depressed. Wen Mou took him to the hospital for examination. The doctor diagnosed Chen Mou with hysterical mental disorder. Soon, Wen Mou took his wife Chen Mou back to his mothers home, and never appeared again.

In March this year, Wen filed a divorce lawsuit with the court on the grounds that Chen Mous current mental disorder restricts the capacity of civil conduct, and the two parties can not continue to live together in the relationship between husband and wife. The court considered that the reason did not belong to the situation of legal permission for divorce, so it was not supported by law. Chen Damou, his father-in-law, was very angry with his son-in-law who not only ignored and did not pay any medical expenses, but also proposed divorce during his daughters illness. Later, as her daughters legal agent, she sued Wen Mou in the name of Chen Mou in Pingyang Court, asking him to pay 28,000 yuan for medical expenses. The court heard that husband and wife have the obligation to support each other. If one party fails to fulfill its maintenance obligations, the other party has the right to request payment of maintenance fees. As a husband and wife, the plaintiff and the defendant should take care of each other. Now Chen Mou suffers from hysterical mental disorder and lack of labor ability. Wen Mou should fulfill his legal duty of support to Chen Mou. Wen should bear the medical expenses and transportation expenses of Chens family. Finally, the court ruled that Wen paid Chen a medical fee of 28,000 yuan according to law. Source: Liu Yuxin_NBJS7825

In March this year, Wen filed a divorce lawsuit with the court on the grounds that Chen Mous current mental disorder restricts the capacity of civil conduct, and the two parties can not continue to live together in the relationship between husband and wife. The court considered that the reason did not belong to the situation of legal permission for divorce, so it was not supported by law.

Chen Damou, his father-in-law, was very angry with his son-in-law who not only ignored and did not pay any medical expenses, but also proposed divorce during his daughters illness. Later, as her daughters legal agent, she sued Wen Mou in the name of Chen Mou in Pingyang Court, asking him to pay 28,000 yuan for medical expenses.

The court heard that husband and wife have the obligation to support each other. If one party fails to fulfill its maintenance obligations, the other party has the right to request payment of maintenance fees. As a husband and wife, the plaintiff and the defendant should take care of each other. Now Chen Mou suffers from hysterical mental disorder and lack of labor ability. Wen Mou should fulfill his legal duty of support to Chen Mou. Wen should bear the medical expenses and transportation expenses of Chens family. Finally, the court ruled that Wen paid Chen a medical fee of 28,000 yuan according to law.