Hello every one. This is in continuation to my previous thread. I am thankful to all for guiding me. I had thought that things will be smooth now. But it was a short time breather for me. As I had stated earlier, the decree of nullity of my daughter was an ex-parte judgment and now the boy side has given the application for setting aside the decision and to re-open the case.Chances are that it may be restored, as the courts are usually lenient on this account. I don't know what to do. This process may involve a long term legal entanglement, which may drag for years. I have not yet been able to get my daughter married. The boy side is offering me only one option - to agree for mutual divorce. Thinking of the prolonged legal entanglement, I may agree for that, but is it possible now? and How? Once the decree of nullity has been obtained, how can one go for mutual divorce? I have tried to search for any such precedence in court of law but have not been able to find any ruling. Is there any way out? Can the family court accept my request to convert the proceedings held so for under section 12A to 13 B and grant MCD, but waiving off the necessity of re-aapearance for the second time after the gap of 6 months. My fears are that the boy side may withdraw their consent in between and may not come for the second time. I am in a dilemma. If I do not contest for the continuity of decree of nullity and agree for MCD and the boy side do not come for the second time or withdraw their consent. What is the legal remedy? Does the family court has any authority to change the section or give some ruling which is to safeguard the life of some girl? Thanks in advance to every one who can devote some time to this dilemma of mine.