Mutual Divorce In India|| MandM Law Partners

Mutual divorce in India is a legal process where a married couple agrees to end their marriage by mutual consent, without any blame or fault attributed to either party. Both spouses must jointly file a petition for divorce, stating their desire to separate and the terms of settlement regarding issues like child custody, alimony, and asset division. After a mandatory six-month cooling-off period to reconsider the decision, if both parties still wish to proceed, they appear before the court to confirm their consent. If the court is satisfied, it grants the divorce decree, officially ending the marriage.