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  • Mutual Divorce:When both Husband and wife agree amicably amongst themselves that they cannot live together anymore and that the best solution is to Divorce.
  • Contesting Divorce:A contested divorce is one in which the parties cannot agree, either about getting divorced or about the terms of the divorce, such as the division of assets, allocation of debts, alimony, child support, or the custody of children.
  • Guardians and Wards Act:The court or appointed authority has the ability to decide the guardian of a child by appointing one a guardian or removing another as a guardian.
  • is having a full-services in the divorce and did with the good practice  offering consultation and legal assistance in High Court Cases, Supreme Court Cases and Civil Court Cases  in Divorce Cases. We value the trust and beliefs vested in us by our Clients and provide a dedicated legal service.
    We are well equipped to handle client issues promptly and effectively. We offer Client’s an international capability with a focus on Indian law and jurisdiction.
    Mutual Divorce Online offers the best legal support related to mutual divorce matters in Bangalore.

    Financial Settlements:

    We help you determine the alimony amount and whether it has to be paid or not. We can help you arrange a realistic and fair financial agreement & settlement, allowing you to retain adequate assets and income. We ensure that you are provided for your future at the end.

    Property & Assets Division:

    Our negotiating skills combined with our advice and experience will ensure that you keep a fair share of any jointly owned assets such as house, properties or land between both parties. We assure to protect your assets, as your future financial health is of primary concern to us.

    Child Custody:

    It’s one of the most emotional aspects of any divorce. We ensures that our representing lawyer will assist you in a continuing care and reasonable level of maintenance for your children. We can assist you in ensuring the primary interests of the child and proceed to negotiate a fair and reasonable settlement.

    Documents required for  Divorce

    • Marriage Cards or Marriage Certificate.
    • Two Joint Marriage Photograph.
    • Two Passport Size photographs of both parties.
    • Adhaar Card and/or any other current address proof of both parties.