Contested Divorce

Contested Divorce

"Marriage is like mushrooms: we notice too late if they are good or bad."

Woody Allen - "Divorce isn't such a tragedy. A tragedy is staying in an unhappy marriage."

Throughout everyday life, we don't generally get what we anticipated. Awful relationships are what nobody expects except for at times, we wind up in such a position where we can't get away from an awful marriage.

For ex: The Hindu Marriage Act thus provides for 2 ways to obtain a divorce :

  • Mutual Consent under section 13B of the Act

    Contested Divorce under section 13 of the Act

The most effortless approach to get a separation is through Mutual Consent as both the parties have promptly consented to head out in different directions and they have likewise commonly and to the advantage of the parties, chosen the upkeep and the authority. Challenged separate is a fight battled in court yet it is the solitary way if the two companions don't consent to get a separation.

There are explicit reasons set down in the Act which accommodate a ground as to challenged separate. In the event that an individual needs to get a challenged separate, he needs to get separated under these grounds. Inconsistency/breakdown of a marriage is definitely not a substantial ground under challenged separate. For that to be an explanation there should be shared assent of the parties. Every one of the individual laws have a stipulation for recording the challenged separate under the Indian general set of laws.

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