In case of mutual consent divorce, you should take to your spouse on the future of your relationship and if you conclude that the marriage is indeed not working then under 13-B of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, you both can seek divorce in a peaceful way. You must show that for one year you both are living separately. The divorce petition must be in the form of an affidavit which needs to be submitted to the family court. Our advocate will help from the very start of the process and get you rid of the distressing situation in less than the predicted time.
How it Works
- Our Lawtendo Partner lawyers will help you mutually file a divorce settlement
- You must ensure that you have lived separately for a year before filing.Joint Statement and Affidavits will be required from both parties.
- File First Motion and Second Motion (after 6 months)
- There must be a clear agreement between parties on custody of children, return of ‘sthreedhan’, property, alimony, etc. – drafted perfectly and unambiguously by efficient lawyers.
- Our partner lawyers will guide you in each and every step along the way.
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