What is the process and fees for arranging Divorce by mutual consent?
What is the Lawyers fee and process for arranging Divorce by mutual consent in Delhi / Gurgaon?
We file a Mutual Consent Divorce petition starting at Rs. 25,000 in Delhi / Gurgaon. These are the charges for filing of the first motion and the second motion in 6 months wherein no further complications arise and it is not contested by the other party.
Details of Divorce by Mutual Consent:
Section 13B states that the parties can jointly move a petition for dissolution of marriage by a decree of divorce in the District Court on the ground that they:
- have been living separately for a period of one year or more,
- have not been able to live together and
- have mutually agreed that the marriage should be dissolved.
The Court shall then record the joint statement of the parties and pass a First Motion Order giving a time period of 6 months to the parties to resolve their dispute, however in case the parties are unable to resolve the issues within the stipulated time, the Court shall pass a decree of Divorce.
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