How much time a divorce process will take


Hi

i got married in Dec 2011 and i have  baby

we are legely seperate from nov 2007 she has file 498A ,sec 9 and CRPC 125 in nov 2007 in Faridabad court haryana

now i am on that stage 

1.498A is on evedence stage

2.Section 9 Petition that field by her is dismised by family court

3.for crpc 125 i am payin 7000 RS per month for baby she is working

4.Now in march 2010 i have field Divorce petiton besed on 3+ year sep ,Curelty and her section 9 pettion has dissmed by court

and in the divorce case they have to rply till now they didnot give reply

i am ready to give her divorce but she is adament she is not ready to give divorce

i just want to know how much time i have to wait or any other legal action could i took to get out this mess quickly could you please help me out 

and one more thing this case is in Haryana faridabad court

 
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To file reply to your divorce petition the time presctibed in statute is 30 days.........there are ways people avoid and delay this...but in a situation where the reply has not come forth for over two years ask ur counsel to move an appliction under Order 8 Rule 10 and seek an ex-party decree of divorce.

 
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but the facts mentioned in your question are quite contrary..............as in you got married in dec.2011??? legally seperated..and that too since Nov.2007??? are you kidding???...what do you mean by this???????// and finally you file a divorce petition in 2010????...please correct your facts dude.....

 
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hi sir

my mean she filed all case in nov 2007 from that day we are seperate.not get divorce till 

 
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Freedom

There is no hard and fast rule for the time limit for a Divorce case .You cant even go for mutual consent Divorce as she is not ready for it . 

 
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Teacher

No one knows how much time it takes but it does takes time for sure..Though the provision of MCD is there for sppeding it up but its only applicable when both the parties agree to it..

 
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Brother Rajesh,

in indian judiciary the matters concerning the matrimonial cases are considered causiously. Courts are inclied to dispose off the matter in speedy because a possibility of reunion after consilation are aspired.

So time is not prescribed.

 
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Legal Evangelist - TRIPAKSHA

I wish someone could predict the time in courts.

 

 

Regards,

 

Shonee Kapoor

harassed.by.498a@gmail.com

 
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Advocate

Minimum six months

 
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teacher

I am also looki for divorce. Wife not willing. So decided to move out. With time keep mistress.

If she still do not want divorce, enjoy life. 

 
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