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GROUNDS FOR DIVORCE

Adultery –

Cruelty –

Desertion –

Conversion –

Mental Disorder –

Leprosy –

Venereal Disease –

Renunciation –

Not Heard Alive –

No Resumption of Co-habitation –

First time in Eastern India, a law firm has been introduced to deal with Matrimonial cases only. Our team of lawyers, expert in dealing with matrimonial disputes handle cases under the guidance and supervision of Mr. Debasish Pushilal and Mr. Prithwish Ganguli.

Our range of service with assured quality designed in such a way to fit everyone of the society.

We offer various specialised services that suits NRIs.

Services offered:

  • Mutual Divorce
  • Contested Divorce
  • Annulment of Marriage
  • Judicial Separation
  • Restitution of Conjugal Rights
  • DOmestic Violence Cases
  • Maintenance Case
  • Child Custody
  • 498A etc
  • Recovery of Stridhan Article etc
Our Team: Debasish Pushilal, Prithwish Ganguli, Jayasree Ganguli, Swarupa Karmakar, Prativa Bhattacharya, Soumen Das, Baishakhi Kayal.

Mutual Divorce under Hindu Marriage Act:

Under section 13B of the Hindu Marriage Act a couple can apply for Dissolution of marriage by way of Divorce on Mutual Consent. For this Joint petition to be filed without any allegation against each other and the most common ground for mutual divorce is incompatibility. If several cases are pending between the parties we normally advice for execution Memorandum of Understanding between the parties and file the mutual divorce applicatoin. After filing of the mutual divorce prior to the date of final hearing we advice parties to take necessary steps to withdrawn the pending cases between them.

Documents required:

  • Proof of marrige (marriage cerficate or marriage invitation card along with marriage photographs)
  • Photo ID of both the parties (Voter ID/AADHAR/Passport/ Driving License/ Bank Passbook or PAN card with any other Govenment issued address proof like Electric Bill, BSNL Bill, LPG Bill etc)
  • Two copies passport size photographs of each

Conditions:

  • Application for mutual divorce can be filed after expiry of one year from the date of marriage
  • Minimum seperation period to file mutual divorce is one year

Final Hearing: Final hearing of mutual divorce can take place anytime between six months to eighteen months from the date of filing.


Mutual Divorce under Special Marriage Act:

Under section 28 of the Special Marriage Act a couple can apply for Dissolution of marriage by way of Divorce on Mutual Consent. For this Joint petition to be filed without any allegation against each other and the most common ground for mutual divorce is incompatibility. If several cases are pending between the parties we normally advice for execution Memorandum of Understanding between the parties and file the mutual divorce applicatoin. After filing of the mutual divorce prior to the date of final hearing we advice parties to take necessary steps to withdrawn the pending cases between them.

Documents required:

  • Marriage cerficate
  • Photo ID of both the parties (Voter ID/AADHAR/Passport/ Driving License/ Bank Passbook or PAN card with any other Govenment issued address proof like Electric Bill, BSNL Bill, LPG Bill etc)
  • Two copies passport size photographs of each

Conditions:

  • Application for mutual divorce can be filed after expiry of one year from the date of marriage
  • Minimum seperation period to file mutual divorce is one year
  • Consumation of marriage is mandatory

Final Hearing: Final hearing of mutual divorce can take place anytime between six months to eighteen months from the date of filing.


Mutual Divorce under Christian Marriage Act:

First of all there is no provison for mutual divorce in Christian Marriage Act. For this purpose application to be filed undersection 10A of Indian Divorce Act.

 Documents required:

  • Marriage cerficate
  • Photo ID of both the parties (Voter ID/AADHAR/Passport/ Driving License/ Bank Passbook or PAN card with any other Govenment issued address proof like Electric Bill, BSNL Bill, LPG Bill etc)
  • Two copies passport size photographs of each

Conditions:

  • Application for mutual divorce can be filed after expiry of one year from the date of marriage
  • Minimum seperation period to file mutual divorce is two years
  • Consumation of marriage is mandatory
  • All properties and others to be settled prior to finalisation of the mutual divorce

Final Hearing: Final hearing of mutual divorce can take place anytime between six months to eighteen months from the date of filing.

 



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