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Offline Meera Goel

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Non mutual consent divorce
« on: March 05, 2016, 05:28:37 PM »
I am married for 5 years but am not happy in my  ( due to multiple reasons of - financial turmoil, nagging in laws and mainly non consummation of our marriage by my husband due to family stress or reasons best known to him) . I have been asking for divorce for last 3 years but my husband is reluctant to do so. I am ashamed to admit, but I have also cheated on my husband (as I fell in love with some one else and had long lost interest in my marriage) and have mustered enough courage to tell him and consecutively asked for divorce. He was broken but he wants this marriage to work. But that ship has sailed and I am desperately asking him for divorce. Currently, I am not in any relation outside marriage, but wish to separate as I can no longer pretend everything is all right in front of our parents and the rest of the society. Please suggest me a way out.

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Re: Non mutual consent divorce
« Reply #1 on: March 05, 2016, 07:17:45 PM »
Non consummation of marriage is a ground for divorce.

You can file a contested divorce on this ground.

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Re: Non mutual consent divorce
« Reply #2 on: March 25, 2016, 01:43:08 AM »
It is better to go for mutual divorce but if your husband refused to give consent then you dont have any alternative option to file divorce case against him on the ground of desertion as well as cruelty. Else sit tight

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