Lead India is Law Firm provides Mutual Divorce in Delhi is a legal process of separation, when both the husband and wife want to separate with their own will after marriage, is called at Divorce with Mutual Consent. With Lead India law associates. For more information.
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WHAT IS MUTUAL DIVORCE AND OTHER
What is Mutual Divorce?
When Husband and Wife both decide to reciprocally end their marriage, it is known as Mutual
Divorce. In the mutually consented divorce, it is easy to come on a conclusion when it comes to
the custody of the child or dividing of the assets. If a couple is unable to live together, the best
option is to mutually file a divorce.
The fastest way to get a divorce is, by filing the petition mutually. Other ways take years to get the
final statement so, nowadays couples choose to go for mutually consented divorce, where both of
them have an agreement of how to settle things.
What do you need to file for mutual divorce?
There are some points need to be covered to get a mutual divorce:
1) The couple should be living separately, for more than six months or a year to prove the couple
that they are unable to live together and want a mutual divorce.
2) The couple needs to prove there is no scope of them living together ever again that gives the
court a reason to grant the divorce.
3) The couple needs to give their consent freely to terminate the marriage.
What are documents required to register for the divorce?
Following are the documents required to file a divorce
1) Address proof for both husband and wife
2) Professional details and income details of both the husband and wife
3) Certificate of marriage (the certificate you got after registering your marriage)
4) Proof of living separately for more than six months or a year
5) Proofs indicating disappointed attempts for adjustment
6) Income tax statements
7) Property and details of assets owned by the couple
What is the procedure to file a divorce?
1) Filing a petitio