Gaurav Das 16 July 2016
Vijay Raj Mahajan (Advocate) 16 July 2016
Withdraw the petition for nullity and file new petition for divorce by mutual consent on terms and conditions as agreed between both parties anytime.
A walk alone (-) 16 July 2016
LAXMINARAYAN - Sr Advocate. ( solve problems in criminal cases. firstname.lastname@example.org) 01 August 2016
When both parties have agreed MCD is best option.
There will not be any conselling only two motions.
Fist on filing and another after six months that is all.
whatnot 01 August 2016
MCD always trumps any other solution.
So to move forward as per few internet sites
In all there are two court appearances in a mutual divorce
First A joint petition signed by both parties is filed in court . (Section 10A)
Secondly In the first motion statement of both parties are recorded and then signed on paper before the Hon'ble Court.(mutual Consent froms available under download section)
Thirdly The 6 month period is given for reconciliation, (the hon'ble court gives a chance to the couple to change their mind)
Fourthly 6 months after the first motion or at the end of the reconcile period if both parties still don't agree to come together. Then the parties may appear for the second motion for the final hearing.
Finally Divorce decree will be granted as the Hon'ble Court may deem fit.
1) The couple have been living separately for a period of one year or more
2) The couple not been able to live together and
3) The couple mutually agreed that the marriage be dissolved.
Here are the list facts to be mutually agreed upon in the petition for Divorce by Mutual Consent:
Firstly: Custody of child;
Secondly: Alimony (lump sum maintenance to be decided between parties);
Thirdly: Returns of items (dowry, streedhan, etc); and
Fourthly: Litigation expenses.