Quick Divorce in 2 months – Procedure;
24×7 free legal advice on steps to get a quick divorce in India within 2 months by Deepak Malhotra Advocate, an expert Divorce Lawyer in Chandigarh, Zirakpur, Mohali India
Quick Divorce Process in India
If both husband and wife agree to a quick divorce in India, the following quick divorce procedure is the only solution and quick divorce process in India.
Mutual Compromise Agreement:
Both husband and wife have to prepare a mutual compromise agreement to resolve all important issues, given below;
- Amount of permanent/ regular Alimony
- Custody of Child
- Handing over all stridden items like gold, gifts, articles etc.
- Withdrawal of all pending litigation, cases and complaints.
- Quashing of registered F.I.R against husband and in-laws
- Property rights.
- Child safety measures and maintenance.
- One Time Settlement amount.
Mutual Consent Divorce Petition U/s 13-B
We have to file a joint Petition u/s 13-B of the Hindu Marriage Act. The detailed terms and conditions of the Mutual Consent Divorce Petition are available at Blog of Deepak Malhotra Advocate on mutual consent divorce draft petition.
First Motion Statement of Mutual Divorce:
Both husband and wife have to record their first motion statement in the family court on the first day of mutual consent divorce case. On recording first motion statement, the Honorable Court fix next date of hearing after 6 months
Application seeking condonation of 6 months
After two weeks, we apply seeking condonation of 6 months period, based on past litigation and separation period.
Second Motion Statement on Mutual Divorce:
If it allows an application, it gives a very short date to record the second motion statement. Second motion statement is the last opportunity to rethink about the final decision of separation.
We need to read this statement, carefully because on signing of this statement, it gives no further opportunity to any of the parties to amend any clause decided in the mutual divorce.
Divorce Decree in few days
After recording second motion, the Honorable Court grant a decree of divorce and it is the only quick divorce procedure in India.
Apply a Certified Copy of Divorce Decree
Once the Honourable Family Court decides, apply 4 to 5 copies of Divorce Decree.
Purpose for applying Certified Copies of Divorce Decree?
They require the Certified copies for various purposes like Change of husband’s name from passport, change of status in Aadhar Card, Gas Connection, removal of name from nomination in the bank accounts, removal of beneficiary from properties, pension benefits, gratuity and Provident Fund benefits.
When a spouse can remarry?
A spouse can remarry with another man or woman on receipt of certified copy of Divorce with Mutual Consent under section 13-B of the Hindu Marriage Act. In case of Divorce under section 13 of Hindu Marriage Act, a spouse has to wait for atleast 90 days.
Consult a good divorce lawyer?
Free online advice for all law students and others, who are facing problems in filing a petition for mutual consent divorce. Contact Deepak Malhotra, Divorce Lawyer in Chandigarh, or ask for any other civil matters and NRI Legal Services related query from NRI Lawyers in Chandigarh.
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