Only three possibilities now available are:-
1. If parties are same to a divorce petition and compromise has been recorded then no need to wait for 6 months. http://www.lawyersclubindia.com/forum/6-Months-waiver-in-divorce-by-mutual-consent-Section-13-B-25782.asp
See in the judgments section you can find judgment which I posted there.
2. If parties are same to a divorce petition and compromise has been recorded and they have been not living togther as husband and wife from last 1 year then no need to wait for 6 months. (By showing ratio of State HC decisions where in recent months waiving has been done post Jain judgement of SC)
3. If parties are same to a divorce petition and they have entered into compromise and they have not been living together for more than 1 years then they can file as joint petitioners a MC petition and if Trial Court does not waive of 6 months cooling period then directly approach SC (By showing the Jain Citations seek MC Divroce).
6 Months waiver in divorce by mutual consent Section 13 B
1) 6 months period can be waived by the Court, see below Judgments.
2) Any party can withdraw Consent for Mutual Divorce anytime giving reasons of non-settlement...
3) If its a mutual consent divorce then she cannot claim further unless there is a kid involved...
4) There are no certain forms, hire a lawyer services and he will prepare joint petition which will be signed by both the petitioners and he will file the suit...
5) The joint petition will include every clause both the parties wanted...basically, no one interferes in other's life after divorce unless both the parties decide to mingle
Now, if she can ask huge amount forget about mutual consent divorce and file a divorce case against her on the ground of desertion but for which you need valid proof
(4) No wife shall be entitled to receive an allowance from her husband under this section she is living in adultery, or if, without any sufficient reason, she refuses to live with her, husband, or if they are living separately by mutual consent.