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Frequently Asked Question about Divorce and their solutions

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 What is divorce?

Divorce is the legal dissolution of marriage. In India, divorce is not allowed under any circumstances. If you want to get divorced then you have to go to court and file a petition. You can only do this after you have been separated for at least 2 years. After filing the petition, the court will give you a date for hearing. At this time, both parties will present their case before the judge. The judge will decide whether the marriage should be dissolved or not. If he decides that the marriage should be dissolved, he will order the couple to live separately until they agree on how to divide their property.

here are few questions and solutions  about dviorce 

1. Can I get divorced without going to court?

Yes, if you are willing to pay a sum of money to the court. The amount varies depending on the type of divorce. A simple divorce costs around Rs. 10,000-15,000. A judicial separation (also called’mutual consent’ divorce) costs around Rs. 50,000-100,000. If you want to dissolve your marriage using mutual consent, you need to hire a lawyer who will represent you in front of the judge. He will ask you questions and make sure that you understand what you are signing. Once you sign the papers, the judge will issue a decree dissolving your marriage.

2. How long does it take to get a divorce?

It takes anywhere between 1 month to 6 months. However, it may take longer than expected if the judge wants to hear arguments from both sides.

3. Do I have to pay anything to get my divorce?

No, you don’t have to pay anything. Your lawyer will charge you for his services.

4. Is getting a divorce expensive?

Getting a divorce is expensive. But if you want to save some money, you can try to settle things out yourself. You can talk to your spouse and negotiate a settlement. If you are unable to reach a compromise, you can always go to court.

5. Can I get a divorce even if I am still married?

Yes, you can get a divorce even if you are still married. All you need to do is to file a petition in court.

6. Will my ex-husband know about my divorce?

Your husband will definitely find out about your divorce. He will probably be angry and upset. You can avoid him finding out by telling your friends and family members that you are getting a divorce.

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