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A Mutual Divorce petition form is used when both The Husband and The Wife are in mutual consent for ending their marriage and filing for Divorce.

Mutual divorce means that both parties agree to the filing of the Divorce and will not oppose it. It is a joint petition in which both The Husband and The Wife states the basic facts of the marriage like the date when the marriage took place, the date since when and if the Husband and Wife are living separately.

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A basic reasoning as to why the parties aren’t living together like differences or any other matter, You don’t have to give a detailed account of any of the reasons but just a mention will do. You don’t need to disclose any of the personal facts.

Alimony isn’t granted by the court when the divorce is made by mutual consent as both the husband and the wife have decided to end the marriage and both mutually agree to the divorce.

Both the husband and wife have to sign the petition in front of a court and get a six months later date, on which date the court will decide on the Divorce.

India Mutual Divorce Petition Form

Text Version of this Form

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Online Indian legal format for a Mutual Divorce petition drafted by our
online legal advisor from the online Indian legal advice desk in India to
provide you the broad guidelines of Indian legal forms.

MUTUAL DIVORCE PETITION

Online Indian legal format for mutual divorce petition drafted
by our online Indian legal advisor

BEFORE THE DISTRICT JUDGE,

HMA PETITION No._______ OF

IN THE MATTER OF:-

(Name of the Husband) …Petitioner No.1

(AND)

(Name of the wife) …Petitioner No.2

PETITION UNDER SECTION 13 (1) (i-b) OF THE HMA FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE BY MUTUAL CONSENT.

MOST RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED AS UNDER:-

1. That The marriage between the parties was solemnized on ———at -

————, by Hindu rites and ceremonies. The said marriage was

consummated thereafter and the parties co-habited as husband and wife at

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the matrimonial home i.e. ————————-. The particulars showing the

details of the parties to the present petition is given hereunder:-

HUSBAND

BEFORE MARRIAGE.

Age Address Status

HUSBAND

AFTER MARRIAGE

Age Address Status

WIFE

BEFORE MARRIAGE

Age Address Status

AFTER MARRIAGE

Age Address Status

2. That there is no issue out of the wedlock of the parties. (or describe

the name age and date of birth of the children and also described about the

agreement about the custody of the children amongst the couple).

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3. That the parties could not adjust with each other due to temperamental

differences and their marriage has broken down irretrievably and it is now

not possible between the parties live as husband and wife any more.

4. That all the efforts of reconciliation between the parties to continue

the present marriage has failed and there are no further chances of

reconciliation between the parties any more.

5. That the parties are residing separately since ______________ and

there is no cohabitation between the parties since then.

6. That the parties have now decided to dissolve the marriage legally

through a decree of divorce on mutual consent. The parties have settled all

their claims, counter claims etc. and the respondent wife has received her

entire Stridhan, Permanent alimony, maintenance etc. and there is no due

with regard to any other claim between the parties now.

7. That the party has decided to withdraw all the complaints, counter

complaints against each other.

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8. That the present petition is not being filed in collusion.

9. That there are no other divorce proceedings pending before any other

court.

10. That the matrimonial home of the parties was at ————————–

hence this court has the jurisdiction to grant the decree of divorce as prayed

for.

11. That there are no legal impediments in grant of the decree of divorce

to the parties on the basis of mutual consent.

P R A Y E R

It is most respectfully prayed that the court may accept the present petition

and grant a decree of divorce between the parties thereby, dissolving the

marriage between the parties.

Any other order which the court may deem fit and proper in the facts

and circumstances of the present case be also passed in favour of the

petitioners.

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Petitioner No.1 Petitioner No.2


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