Likewise marriage laws, the laws pertaining to the divorce in India are govern by the personal laws of the parties depending on their religion. A divorce case said to be among the traumatic experiences for any couple. The Indian laws have a long tedious process for getting a divorce and an expensive fair at the same time.

The Divorce laws in India allow both the husband and the wife to file a divorce case, either exclusively or mutually when the matrimonial obligations could not be fulfilled. The Divorce can be obtained by presenting a petition for dissolution of the marriage by either the husband or the wife, or mutually. The court on the basis of facts and circumstance of the case will decide the case. The following documents are required to file a case:

  • Address proof of both the parties
  • Marriage certificate
  • passport size photographs
  • Evidence of the failed attempts of reconciliation
  • Details of the profession and present remuneration
  • Information relating to family background, property and other assets owned by the parties.

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