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Divorce by Mutual Consent

Mutual Divorce is of the most efficient way to get divorced in Bangalore, India. Mutual Consent Divorce means when both husband and wife mutually agree to get legally separated with all the terms & conditions discussed and agreed upon. Unlike Contested Divorce, the process of Mutual Divorce is rather smooth, quick and effective.
Divorce Lawyer in Bangalore enable you to move through your entire mutual consent divorce process from the comfort of your own home.

We, Divorce Lawyer in Bangalore law firm has been handling mutual divorce cases for over a decade now. Our divorce law firm has 100% success rate in mutual divorce cases and we always give our best to obtain the divorce decree for our clients at the earliest.

To file for Mutual Divorce in Bangalore, simply share your contact details & our divorce lawyers will take care of the rest.

You may also call us at 9654-355-275 to speak with our divorce lawyers directly.

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    You’ll have access to our professional Mutual Divorce Lawyers for free consultation over email or phone call anytime you need help. You save thousands of rupees while still getting top-notch legal support on divorce matters. All our Divorce Lawyers in Bangalore are highly experienced & offer you first initial consultation for free.

    To fill out Mutual Divorce Form in Bangalore

    Fees for Mutual Divorce

    Our Fee Structure is very precise and transparent. We charge total of ₹40,000 (inclusive of all) for Mutual Consent Divorce. Here client don’t need to pay the entire fees in one go. Below is how the fee is charged:

    • ₹10,000 advance for drafting and filing the divorce case papers
    • ₹10,000 at the time of passing of first motion
    • ₹10,000 at the time of passing of second motion
    • ₹10,000 at the time of Divorce Decree

    A couple can get a divorce with mutual consent, or either spouse may file for divorce without the consent of the other.
    Divorce With Mutual Consent in Bangalore: When husband and wife both agree to a divorce, the courts will consider a divorce with mutual consent.

    Section 13b Hindu Marriage Act

    As per Section 13 B of Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 and Section 28 of the Special Marriage Act, 1954, the couple should be living separately for at least one year before divorce proceedings can begin.
    Section 10A of Divorce Act, 1869, however, requires the couple to be separated for at least two years.
    Do note that living separately does not necessarily mean living in different locations; the couple only needs to provide that they have not been living as husband and wife during this time period.

    The duration of a divorce by mutual consent varies from 6 to 18 months, depending on the decision of the court. Usually, the courts prefer to end mutual consent divorces sooner, rather than later.

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    Our Mission

    Our mission is to make the whole divorce process in Bangalore for you as simple as possible. We want to help you go through your divorce as quickly and as effortlessly as possible, so that you can put your mind at ease and resume your life. Thanks to our online divorce forms system by Divorce Lawyer in Bangalore, everything you need is just a click away.

    We minimize the legal work for you and you get your Divorce decrees delivered at home.

    We are proud to admit that our legal panel has the most experienced and professional divorce lawyers to provide you the best legal assistance in Bangalore. If you’re considering for Mutual Divorce in Bangalore, just contact us right away and our expert divorce lawyers will take care of the rest.

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