Comprehensive Guidance: Divorce Kit offers a step-by-step guide that covers every aspect of the divorce process.
Empowerment: It empowers you with accurate information about divorce laws, financial considerations.
Financial Clarity: It provides insights into the financial aspects, helping you plan for your future.
Emotional Well-being: It provides resources to support your mental health during this period.
Child-Centric Approach: The kit delves into child custody arrangements and co-parenting strategies.
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Divorce can feel isolating, but you're not alone on this journey. Our Comprehensive Divorce Kit is designed to provide practical guidance and emotional support as you navigate the complexities of ending a marriage. With the right tools at your disposal, you can move forward with confidence and begin to rebuild a new and fulfilling chapter in your life.
The duration of a divorce process varies widely based on factors like jurisdiction, complexity of the case. Simple cases might be finalized in a few months, while complex cases could take a year or more.
Under Hindu Marriage Act 1955, section 13(1) you have following grounds to opt for divorce:
a) Adultery: If your wife has committed adultery with another person, you can seek divorce on this ground. However, it’s important to provide sufficient evidence to prove the allegations.
b) Desertion: If your wife has deserted you without reasonable cause for a continuous period of at least years, you can file divorce on the grounds of desertion.
c) No Resumption of Cohabitation: You may present a petition for divorce on the ground that there has not been any resumption of cohabitation of the parties to the marriage for a period not less than one year. Resumption of cohabitation means living together in conjugal relationship.
In the family court of the city / district where both the partners lived together for the last time, which was their matrimonial home.
The kit covers financial aspects of divorce, including budgeting for legal fees, division of assets and debts, and considerations for alimony and child support. It provides insights to help you navigate the financial aspects of your divorce.
Property division involves distributing marital assets and debts. Depending on jurisdiction, this could be an equitable distribution (fair but not necessarily equal) or community property (50/50 split). Assets include property, savings, investments, and more.
Child custody determines where children will live and who makes decisions for them. Child support involves financial contributions to the child's upbringing. Courts prioritize the child's best interests when making these decisions.
Yes, it's possible to get a divorce even if your spouse doesn't agree. This is called a contested divorce. The court will hear both sides and make decisions on issues such as property division, child custody, and support.
Legal separation is a formal agreement where spouses live apart but remain legally married. It addresses issues like property division and support without ending the marriage. Divorce, on the other hand, legally ends the marriage.
It's important to gather financial documents, including bank statements, tax returns, and property deeds. Consulting with a financial advisor or attorney can help you understand your financial rights and make informed decisions.