What Is Mutual Divorce?
Mutual Divorce or Uncontested Divorce or Divorce by Mutual Consent is a type of divorce when both parties agree on the dissolution of their marriage in a cordial manner. Both the parties would present a Mutual Divorce Petition jointly before the District Court, without putting forth any allegations/defaming each other.One can do so by applying through mutual consent divorce services in India. It usually takes around eighteen to twenty-four months to get a divorce through mutual consent. A newly married couple if wants to file for mutual divorce they have to wait for at least one year from the date of marriage before they can file for divorce.
Different Laws For Divorce by Mutual Consent
Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 provides provision for divorce for Hindus including Sikhs, Jains, and Buddhists. If a couple wants to end the marriage under this law it can be ended by Divorce under Section 13 and Section 13B or by Judicial separation under Section 10. Though the judicial separation does not put the marriage to an end it’s just that the parties do no life together and other obligations of the marriage exist.
Indian Divorce Act, 1869 provides provision for divorce for Christians.
Divorce Laws for Muslim are governed by Personal Laws of Divorce and Dissolution of Marriage Act, 1939 and The Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Divorce) Act, 1986
Special Marriage Act, 1954 i.e. Secular Law provides provision for divorce for Inter-Religion Marriages.
Section 32B, for Parsi Marriage act 1936.
What You will Get In The Package
On-call consultation for 30 minutes with our most experienced Lawyer and our best-in-class mutual consent divorce services in India to clearing all of your doubts.
- A private meeting is done with the lawyer regarding the case.
- Drafting of the divorce petition is done.
- The first motion is filed in court.
- Filing of second motion in court.
- Obtaining a Decree for Mutual Consent Divorce.
- Fees of Court.
- Expenses incurred during Court Proceedings