In India, marriage is a sacred bond between both the partners. There are times when due to a number of unfortunate situations partners' relationship does not appear to be operating well, so they decide to be separated. There are two ways to take a divorce
1 - Mutual Divorce
2- Contested Divorce
Here we have explained the about both the divorce type and their process
Mutual Consent Divorce
Mutual Consent Divorce is a type of divorce in which both the partners can mutually opt to end their marriage with no need to struggle for demonstrating their sides and getting something in the courtroom. This sort of divorce can be supposedly uncontested divorce because the husband and the spouse collectively decide about all of the conditions of divorce and relevant activities including children's custody, alimony/maintenance, and of both movable and immovable property. If you are looking for mutual divorce contact our best lawyers in Delhi team.
This type of divorce is totally opposite from the mutual divorce. As the name suggests In the contested divorce one partner is looking for the divorce while the other is opposing it. Partners fight with others regarding the alimony and movable and immovable property which can take ugly turns.
Mutual Consent Petition Court Proceedings:
Steps for Mutual Divorce
- Filing a divorce request (Initial motion)
- Cooling off period
- Filing second motion
- Divorce decree
Contested Petition Court Proceedings:
- Filing divorce request
- Court notice to another party
- statement recording
- cross-examination of witnesses and evidence Divorce decree
Ground for Divorce
Mutual consent divorce
In Mutual consent divorce, no partner needs to show any reason for the divorce as both the partners have already discussed their problems with each other and agreed. Each partner has cleared each and everything from each other and just filed for divorce. On the other hand there may be many grounds like psychological cruelty, adultery, physical cruelty, mental illness, conversion of religion etc. At least one of these grounds besides any other appropriate ground have to be contained in the divorce request on the grounds where the divorce is contested by one partner against another.
Cooling Off Period:
The court gives 6 month cooling-off span time to rethink their choice of ending their marriage and reconcile in the event of mutual divorce in India. In the event of divorce, there's absolutely no such notion of a cooling-off period.
How Do I Get a Divorce?
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If You're going through a miserable marriage and would like to eliminate it, with no delay you need to contact us now. Most of us know that time is valuable and wasting time in a failed marriage isn't a one's hurt except you.