read ur story.it seems you have got the wrong end of the stick.
dont bother yourself with the comments made by people like SANJAY MEHRA. who feel all women are like their wives. they conveniently forget that their mother,sisters are also women.
on reading your brief what disturbed me the most was:
" I am not working right now because i don't want to go out and meet people. I have withdrawn myself from society. And entire burden of my maintenance and court fees has come on my parents. "
do you knw what is the biggest burden on your parents, its not the money that they are spending........it is the look in your eyes,your sullen face, their biggest tension would not be the money, but your LIFE. spare a thought for them.
forget the litigation suff for a while ( i know its easier said than done). for a couple of days just FORGET it, go out, have some fun, meet new people, keep a smile on your face, pamper yourself, nothing works like some harmless flirting. if you look closely you will realise how much r u loosing out on. just remember the life is passing you by, very soon you will be a tired, old , looser( forgive me for using that word). even if you get your alimony then what will you do of that?
so dont bother too much about the litigation get a new life, a new job and a new a boy friend.
as for your opposite side lawyer who is bribeing around your lawyers, what is his name. lets see if we can do something about it.
my very good friend always tells me " COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS"
so get out and get going. You only live once. make the most of it.