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Contested Divorce

Contested divorce is a type of divorce in which one spouse uses the legal system to end the marriage even while the other spouse is adamantly opposed to it. It also covers circumstances where both partners agree to have a divorce but are at odds over some aspects of the divorce, such as child custody, alimony, property distribution, etc. The grounds that the parties to a marriage may use for divorce may be the only factors in a contested divorce, and each party must establish at least one of these grounds in a court of law.

Contested-Divorce

These conditions must largely be met according to these grounds. The majority of marriage and divorce laws, including the Hindu Marriage Act of 1955, the Dissolution of Muslim Marriage Act of 1939, the Indian Divorce Act of 1869, the Parsi Marriage and Divorce Act of 1936, and the Special Marriage Act of 1954, share the same grounds for a contested divorce.

There are certain procedures and grounds for divorce.

Before going to court, clients must have a comprehensive understanding of it.

Before filing the petition for a contested divorce, lawyer Rohan Yemul assists in understanding all the requirements.

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