Getting Divorced Without Going to Court‏

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    • #148
      Anonymous
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      Hi All. Wonder if there is any solution of getting divorced without going to court in India if wife is agreeing for the same. Appreciate your prompt response at your possible convenience. Cheers / GCSRTJ

    • #1056
      Anonymous
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      If marriage falls under HMA, then I am sure there is no option but involve court… you can do mutual divorce but it has to be approved by court….

      Mutual divorce better provided blood doesn’t come out of your nose in paying settlement…. you will know what i mean.

    • #1057
      Anonymous
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      Marriage is a legal bond;

      you can`t break it on both of your wish.

      It should be terminated by legal means, eg : court.

      Women has no Problem living seperatly by mutual consent, but if marriage is not ended legaly she will be pain in the a$$ for men forever as per current senario.

    • #1058
      Anonymous
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      YEs, definitely, if she also wants the same, you can both hire the same lawyer for paper work and apply for divorce by mutual consent. There will be a mandatory 1 year separation required for this appeal to process. And thereafter there will be a “cooling off period” of 6 months before you get a final divorce decree. By all means this is the most sane way of getting divorced if the relationship is not meant to be.

      Wishing you both all the best and hope you make sane decisions …..

    • #1059
      Anonymous
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      Hi all. I appreciate your honest ideas. What about Special Marriage Act-1954? I am abroad and my wife is in India and I sense a grave danger ahead. She would have called me for divorce and would probably get me arrested on false pretext through those stupid legal system which is quite rampant now a days? Is there any better solution where I don’t need to go to court but still get divorced on mutual consent?

    • #1060
      Anonymous
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      ask her to send Divorce papers

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