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 Mutual Divorce
In Mutual consent Divorce, a joint Divorce petition is filed in the District Court containing all terms and conditions regarding settlement between Husband and wife. Statement is recorded by the Court. Subsequently, Court calls parties again after six months to get their statement recorded. After recording of statement, Court grants Decree of Divorce and by virtue of same marriage gets dissolved. There are a bill pending against the period of six months waive off.

A Brief Outline of the Procedure of Mutual Divorce in India
Mutual Divorce is to be filed by the couple only after they have lived apart for at least a year.

A petition supported with affidavits for divorce should be filed in the district court by the both the spouses.The husband and the wife should jointly state to the court that they are unable to live together as they are facing immense difficulties in adjustment.
The filing of divorce petition by both the husband and the wife is legally known as the "The First Motion Petition for Mutual Consent Divorce""The Second Motion Petition for Mutual Consent Divorce" mentioned in the sub-section (2) of Section 13 B is filed when the couple reappears to the court for the second time after a period of six months. If the judge is satisfied after a hearing from both the husband and wife, the court announces a mutual divorce decree.

If the couple fails to appear in the court after six months and not later than eighteen months from the date of first motion, the divorce petition becomes null and void. Either of the couple can withdraw his/her petition within the six months term.
 
 

 

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