If both husband and wife have decided to divorce, Mutual Divorce Form is the first step towards filing for divorce. Within 24 hours of submitting the details, an email is sent to both spouses with next steps
Date of Marriage
City and name of Banquet hall
Address where parties resided together after marriage
Your Mobile no.
Your Date of Birth
Your Father's name
Address before Marriage
Your Current Address
Your Spouse Details
His/Her Email ID
His/Her Mobile no.
His/Her Date of Birth
His/Her Father's name
Address before Marriage
His/Her Current Address
Do you have Children?
If YES, please specify Child Custody terms
Need settlement regarding Maintenance/Alimony
If YES, please specify Maintenance/Alimony terms
Need settlement regarding Joint Property
If YES, please specify Property Settlement terms
FAQ’s on Mutual Divorce in India
What is Mutual Divorce?
In Mutual Consent Divorce, both husband and wife mutually agree to get legally separated with all the terms & conditions discussed and agreed upon. Applying for divorce through Mutual Consent is the most preferred and quickest way to get a divorce in India.
Is it a 100% Online process for Divorce?
No, filing for divorce is not a 100% online process. Both parties need to appear in front of Family Judge 2 times during the entire process.
Apart from that, everything else is done online including filing for divorce, drafting divorce papers, legal consultation, sharing documents and online payment. We also take the responsibility to deliver the divorce decree to your home.
What documents are required for Mutual Divorce?
– Marriage Cards or Marriage Certificate
– Two Joint Marriage Photograph
– Two Passport Size photographs of both parties
– Adhaar Card and/or any other current address proof of both parties
How much does Mutual Divorce cost?
We charge a total of ₹40,000 (inclusive of all) for Mutual Consent Divorce, which clients need to pay in 4 installments.
Can NRI apply for Mutual Divorce in India?
Yes, if a Non-Resident Indian (NRI) married in India wants a divorce, then he/she can do so by filing a petition in India. Our Law Firm has a good amount of experience when it comes to NRI Divorce in India.
What if one person wants a divorce but the other does not?
Under such circumstances, he/she can file for Contested Divorce (also known as one-sided divorce).
How to obtain the divorce decree?
Don’t worry about the Divorce Decree. Once the divorce process is completed, we will get it delivered to you within 7 working days.
In which Family courts of India do you practice?
We’re currently operating in Family courts of Delhi NCR, Gurgaon, Bangalore, Pune, Hyderabad, Chennai and Mumbai.