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Bikash K   13 January 2023

The process for obtaining a divorce varies depending on the specific circumstances of the case. Generally, however, the following steps are typically involved:

  1. File a petition for divorce with the appropriate court. This can be done by either the husband or the wife, and the petition should include details such as the grounds for divorce and any agreements regarding the couple's children and property.
  2. Serve the petition on the other spouse, who is then given an opportunity to respond.
  3. Attend counseling sessions with a family court counselor.
  4. Attend court hearings, which may involve the presentation of evidence and testimony.
  5. If the court is satisfied that the grounds for divorce have been established, it will grant a decree of divorce.

Adv. Mohit Chahal (Advocate)     20 January 2023

Dear Querist

You need to hire an Advocate who will advise you and prepare your file required to be submit before appropriate Court.

Regards
Mohit Chahal
Advocate
District & Sessions Court, Hisar
Phone No. 9968911099

https://mohitchahaladvocate.business.site


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rakesh raj (CM)     01 March 2023

Thanks for the info sir !!

 

Originally posted by : Bikash K

The process for obtaining a divorce varies depending on the specific circumstances of the case. Generally, however, the following steps are typically involved:File a petition for divorce with the appropriate court. This can be done by either the husband or the wife, and the petition should include details such as the grounds for divorce and any agreements regarding the couple's children and property.Serve the petition on the other spouse, who is then given an opportunity to respond.Attend counseling sessions with a family court counselor.Attend court hearings, which may involve the presentation of evidence and testimony.If the court is satisfied that the grounds for divorce have been established, it will grant a decree of divorce.

 


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