Mou or divorce affidavit before mutual consent divorce

queriest have the solution of this issue which he share with this forum through thread. in his own thread ::.

Dear Born Fighter and Rocky Smith,

Thank you for your valuable comments.  Futherly how about planning in such a manner where M2 will not at all know about M1.  Even in worst case, if M2 will come to know then how about planning this way:

M1 is living in a two storeyed bungalow with separate enty for the first floor.  M1's parents will make a rent agreement by the name of F2.  So legally and technically F2 is staying there as a tenant and it will be difficult for any one to prove adultery or live in relationship.


You can go in supreme court if you want to divorce immediatly. Only SC has right to grant divorce. 


it is heard that bride may change her stance in mou because of not fulfilled promise but husband !!!. hard to swallow. moreover as per thread bride does not want a penny even then !!!
queriest may take take some pain to give the reason.




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