Artificial Intelligence-based Legal Application for Resolving Issues Related to Live-In Relationship




Live-in relationship, Marriage, Cohabitation, Artificial Intelligence, Automatic Speech Recognition, Machine Learning


INTRODUCTION: The societal landscape in India has witnessed a very transformative shift in the perspectives on relationships, with an increasing prevalence of live-in couples challenging the traditional norms of marriage. However, this ongoing trend has brought about a huge surge in legal complexities, including recognition, partner rights, property disputes, and inheritance issues. This study proposed an innovative approach that leveraged the potential of Artificial Intelligence and Automatic speech recognition for the registration and redressal of live-in relationship matters.

OBJECTIVES: This research explores and seeks for the optimization of the resolution of live-in relationship disputes which occurs in the legal perspective with the help of an AI-based platform. The primary goal of this research was to overcome the physical barriers while ensuring the correct accessibility to legal procedures for the registration and addressing of the grievances related to live-in relationships.

METHODS: Here, the methodology followed, starting from the thorough review which was conducted using different resources from Scopus, PubMed, and ResearchGate. This research explored the increasing complaints and varying victim counts in live-in relationship cases. This finally attributed to these issues to a lack of physical access to legal remedies.

RESULTS: This study also emphasized the major significance of AI-driven redressal processes in the real-time alleviation of the hurdles and challenges associated with live-in relationship cases. The proposed framework and platform aimed to offer an alternative means for the individuals who were unable to physically approach the authorities, facilitating a more efficient and seamless way of legal resolution more quickly.

CONCLUSION: This study advocates for the integration of AI and AST technologies in the legal domain, specifically for addressing live-in relationship issues. The implementation of such a system had the potential to bridge gaps in its accessibility, thereby contributing to a more inclusive and efficient legal framework for individuals who are passionately involved in live-in relationships.


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How to Cite

P. Gusain, P. Rawat, M. Memoria, T. Choudhury, and A. Sar, “Artificial Intelligence-based Legal Application for Resolving Issues Related to Live-In Relationship”, EAI Endorsed Trans IoT, vol. 10, Mar. 2024.

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