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12 mons ago

J Prateek Kundu asked a question

What should I do when my wife doesn’t sign divorce papers?

Category : Divorce

views: 258followers: 2 answers: 5


  1. 7 mons ago

    Advocate Pranesh
    Administrative & Public Law

    If she is not ready, you can file divorce case on the basis of certain grounds and fight for divorce 

    Agreed (0)
  2. 12 mons ago

    Advocate Pardeep kumar
    Alternative Dispute Resolution

    you cannot compel her to sign on divorce case but you can file the contested divorce case under section 13 of Hindu Marriage Act

    Agreed (0)
  3. 12 mons ago

    Advocate SHIGHRA KUMAR
    Competition Law

    If you are adamant for a Divorce and have decided to part ways with your partner. You must be ready to bear the consequences of Alimony. There are ways in which the alimony can be minimised. Filing a divorce petition from your end will be a heavy burden on your purse. For, further queries you may contact me.

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  4. 12 mons ago

    Advocate EKTA
    Civil Law

    you can file a contest divorce petition before the family court as per the laws you got married in like hindu marriage act, special marriage act etc. whichever you fall in. 

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  5. 12 mons ago

    Under Section 13 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 a petition for divorce can be filed by either husband or wife on the grounds specified under the section. There is no need to have mutual consent for divorce. 

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