Our company, deals with Divorce Laws which is governed under different laws for different religions i.e. Hindu, Sikh, Muslims, Christians, Parsi etc. In India, rules for divorce are connected to religion and they are concerned with their own personal laws namely Divorce amongst Hindus, Buddhists, Sikhs and Jains are governed by the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, and divorce amongst Muslims are administered by Dissolution of Muslim Marriages Act, 1939, Parsis by the Parsi Marriage and Divorce Act, 1936 and Christians by the Indian Divorce Act, 1869. All civil and inter-community marriages are governed by the Special Marriage Act, 1956. In India, Divorce petitions can be filed under two categories namely Divorce by Mutual Consent in which both the husband and wife mutually agree to dissolve the marriage and in Contested divorce either the husband or the wife could file for dissolution of marriage against each other. The duration of a divorce by mutual consent, varies from six to eighteen months, depending on the decision of the court and as per Section 13 (B) of Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 and Section 28 of the Special Marriage Act, 1954, the couple should be living separately for at least one year before divorce proceedings. For the petition to be accepted, the couple should be separated for over a year or two years (as per the relevant act) and should be able to prove that they have not been able to live together. It is, to be noted that, living separately does not necessarily mean living in different locations; the couple only needs to provide that they have not been living as husband and wife during this time period. The reasons for divorce in contested divorce (though some are not applicable in all religions) are namely Cruelty, Adultery, Desertion, Conversion, Mental Disorder, Communicable Disease, Renunciation of the World, Presumption of Death. We render services covering to Divorce related matters, both mutual as well as unilateral which includes drafting and representation of both the matters before the concerned courts and appeals arising thereof. The laws formulate the grounds, process and rules of granting a divorce that is acceptable in the eyes of law. Our firm also deals with judicial separation, wherein both the husband and the wife get an opportunity to introspect about giving a chance to their marriage, before going on with the divorce proceedings. Under a decree of Judicial Separation, both the parties live separately for a period of time getting adequate space, independence and time to think about continuing their marriage or not. Our team full of dedicated lawyers has a marvellous flexibility and adaptability, to the requests and exigencies of our clients. Our team also offers counseling sessions to our clients in family related matters such as contested divorce and mutual separation. Our team full of proficient and competent lawyers provides assistance and also conducts the proceedings other than Drafting of petitions relating to other family related issues apart from divorce like judicial separation, restitution of conjugal rights, partition of property and further representations.