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legal question Hi, I would like to know details about mutual concern joint petition,
I would also like to know whether cooling period can be waived off and the case can be solved in 1 month.
Me and my husband have sorted out and thinking of applying mutual concern joint petition, he is current in abroad.
Please assist me with details

legal answer from lawyer E00318526Respected madam
The concept of mutual conset divorce has been provided under Hindu marriage Act. For mutual consent divorce you both have to file petition before family court. For further detail you can call me through path legal.



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legal answer from lawyer E00297323Hi, firstly you need to see wether your husband is ready for the divorce or not. And if you have any demands, is he ready to fulfill all your demands or not. After that you need to file a mutual consent divorce petition. First you will be filling the first motion. The 6 motnths cooling period can be waived off. You need to file a separate application in that regard mentioning all the reasons as to why the Marraige cannot be reconciled now. So it won’t take long for the whole process to get over. I can further help you with this. You can connect with me for further assistance.
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legal answer from lawyer E00293685If you are Hindus, then under Hindu Marriage Act, You and your husband shall be required to file joint petition for divorce by mutual consent and when first petition is allowed then second petition be filed. Yes, case can be solved in one month if circumstances so permit. Effort can be made for getting waiver of six month waiting period. If required consult for detailed consultation.



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legal answer from lawyer E00001413Two motions are filed in MCD. One at present and another after the interval of 6 months. The petition shall contain every detail like alimony, custody, maintenance, stridhan etc. There is a Supreme Court guideline that cooling off period can not be waived off in general cases. If you have any confusion, you can contact me.
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legal answer from lawyer E00007446Very much possible. For that you need to contact or convey me ur mail id for any assistance.

Vivek Malhotra
Advocate, Delhi



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