Mutual Divorce

Divorce by Mutual Consent in Gurgaon

Divorce by Mutual Consent

Mutual Divorce is the most efficient way to get divorced in Gurgaon, India. Mutual Consent Divorce means when both husband and wife mutually agree to get legally separated with all the terms & conditions discussed and agreed upon. Unlike Contested Divorce, the process of Mutual Divorce is rather smooth, quick and effective.
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With Divorce Lawyers in Gurgaon, you can do your divorce the smart way, without spending a lot of money and still get support from the best Mutual divorce lawyers in Gurgaon when you need it….at deeply reasonable fee; because you don’t have to pay a costly up-front retainer. Our Divorce Law Firm has a 100% success rate in mutual divorce cases and we always give our best to obtain the divorce decree for our clients at the earliest.

Here at Divorce Lawyers in Gurgaon, we take care of the stressful details for you (e.g. waiting in line at the courthouse and drafting / service divorce papers), all while you move your Mutual Divorce forward from the comfort of your own laptop or a single phone call. You don’t even need to go to Gurgaon Court just to get updates on your case or to perform tedious tasks.

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Fees for Mutual Divorce in Gurgaon

Our Fee Structure is very precise and transparent. We charge total of ₹40,000 (inclusive of all) for Mutual Consent Divorce. Here client don’t need to pay the entire fees in one go. Below is how the fee is charged:

  • ₹10,000 advance for drafting and filing the divorce case papers
  • ₹10,000 at the time of passing of first motion
  • ₹10,000 at the time of passing of second motion
  • ₹10,000 at the time of Divorce Decree

A couple can get a divorce with mutual consent, or either spouse may file for divorce without the consent of the other. Divorce With Mutual Consent in Gurgaon: When husband and wife both agree to a divorce, the courts will consider a divorce with mutual consent.

6 month Cooling off Period

Law specifically provided a 6 months gap or waiting period between First Motion and Second Motion. Prior to 2009, compliance of six months waiting was not mandatory. But, in 2009, the Supreme Court made it mandatory and took away the power of the Family Court or the District Court to waive the period of six months. But, the Supreme Court still has power to waive the period of six months.

The six months period can be waived by the concerned family Court upon filing an Application for waiver of six months. Family Court in Gurgaon has discretion to waive the period. Thus, the time period of six months can be waived off and may be reduced to as less as 15 days or a month or so.

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Divorce by Mutual Consent in Gurgaon

  • Both Parties i.e Husband & Wife have to reach a Mutual understanding and agreement regarding terms and conditions for Divorce.
  • On the basis of settlement and agreement, a petition for Mutual Consent is drafted and filed under section 13B of the Hindu Marriage Act and Under Christian Marriages, section 10 A of the Indian Divorce Act.
  • Divorce Petition gets drafted which includes terms of settlement agreed between parties.
  • Such Mutual Consent Divorce Petition shall be filed in the Gurgaon Court as court procedure.
  • Matter will come up for hearing in the Court for the First Motion to be passed.
  • Court then provides six months' time to parties to reconsider their decision. This is also called the ‘Cooling Period’.
  • Then Second Motion is set up.
  • Aforesaid steps shall be repeated. Statements of parties will be recorded again.
  • After such a recording of statement, the Court will pass order and judgement, decree for divorce is granted.