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    Top Divorce Advocates in Mumbai as on Feb 26, 2018

    1. +91 22 33486337
      Divorce Lawyers

      No. 504/A, Shaheen Chambers, Daud Baugh Lane, Andheri West, Mumbai - 400058

    2. Gokhale & Associates, Marine Lines

      1 Review 6.4 Sulekha Score
      +91 22 49436493
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      Office No. 66, Ground Floor, Ashok Shopping Center, G.T. Hospital Complex, Lokmanya Tilak Road, Marine Lines, Mumbai - 400001 Get Directions

    3. +91 22 33512153
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      5th Floor, HDIL Building, Andheri East, Mumbai - 400058

    4. +91 22 33486405
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      No.300/1A&2, Rishabh Apartment, Bhayandarkar Road, Off S.K. Bole Road, Dadar West, Mumbai - 400028

    5. Amol V. Sutrale, Borivali West

      3 Reviews 6.8 Sulekha Score
      +91 22 49468301
      Divorce Lawyers

      Flat No. 1, Gayatri Apartment, TPS Road No. 56, Borivali West, Mumbai - 400092 Get Directions

    6. Advocate Jayashri Akolkar, Kamothe

      4 Reviews 6.8 Sulekha Score
      +91 22 49436489
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      Shiv Kalpataru Arcade ,Flat No. 704, Plot No. 1, Building No. 3, Sector 17, Kamothe, Mumbai - 410206 Get Directions

    7. +91 22 33486330
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      Flat No. 601, 5/D, Crescent Co-Operative Housing Society, New Link Road, Jogeshwari West, Mumbai - 400102 Get Directions

    8. Advocate Shelina Mobhani, Goregaon West

      9 Reviews 6.8 Sulekha Score
      +91 22 49430638
      Divorce Lawyers

      No. 222, 2nd Floor, Citi Centre, Station Road, Goregaon West, Mumbai - 400062 Get Directions

    9. +91 22 39986724
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      Shop No. 6, Shri Shivneri CHS, Narayan Koli Chowk, Mith Bunder Road, Thane East, Mumbai - 400603

    10. +91 22 33512193
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      Shop No. 2 , Ram Bag Main Road, H.P. Gas Service, Murbad Road, Kalyan West, Mumbai - 421301

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    1. 9th August, 2017

      Approached this lawyer for my Divorce. He called and guide me every thing . He is friendly and a knowledge person. He done all the procedure correctly and the charges were quite nominal for the service. I am satisfied with the service.

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    • Simple Guide about Marriage Separation's Act:

      What is the difference between a contested divorce and a mutual divorce?

      There are two kinds of divorces – contested and uncontested (or mutual).

      The Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 provides for 2 ways in which a divorce can be obtained:

      1. Contested Divorce under Section 13 of the Act
      2. Mutual Consent Divorce under Section 13-B of the Act

      A contested divorce is one in which the parties cannot agree either about getting divorced or about the terms of the divorce – which could be alimony, child custody, child support, division of assets, allocation of debts, etc. If an individual (man or woman) files for a divorce, then the partner has the right to contest on the stated grounds and the terms of separation.

      A mutual divorce is one in which both the husband and wife have agreed to separate amicably, without putting forth any allegations against each other in a court of law. It is a simpler way of dissolving a marriage legally, with the important requirement being the mutual consent of the husband and the wife.

      What are the grounds under which a contested divorce can be filed in court?

      A spouse cannot file for a contested divorce in the court by citing any reason that he/she might feel is good enough for a legal separation. Under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, specific grounds have been laid down under which a contested divorce can be filed:

      Overall, Section 13 of the Act provides for 15 grounds under which a spouse can file for a contested divorce in India, with the 9 major ones being:

      1. If a spouse, after the solemnization of the marriage, had voluntary sexual intercourse with any person other than his or her spouse, or
      2. If a spouse, after the solemnization of the marriage, treated his/her spouse with cruelty, or
      3. If a spouse, deserted his/her spouse for a continuous period of not less than 2 years, or
      4. If a spouse has ceased to be a Hindu by conversion to another religion, or
      5. If a spouse has been incurably of unsound mind, or has been suffering continuously or intermittently from mental disorder of such a kind and to such an extent that the other spouse cannot reasonably be expected to live with that spouse, or
      6. If a spouse has been suffering from a virulent and incurable form of leprosy, or
      7. If a spouse has been suffering from venereal disease in a communicable form, or
      8. If a spouse has renounced the world by entering any religious order, or
      9. If a spouse has not been heard of as being alive for a period of 7 years or more by those persons who would naturally have heard of him/her, had he/she been alive,

      An individual can obtain a contested divorce by consulting and hiring a trustworthy attorneys, who can then advise correctly as per the law and prepare the divorce petition as a first step.

      What are the important courts in Mumbai where you can file for divorce?

      In Mumbai, disputes related to family and marital issues are heard and settled in the Family Court located in Bandra. Family Court, Mumbai has 7 courts in operation.

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