Mutual Divorce is the criteria of separation of husband and wife when both agrees for Divorce. This condition comes when husband and wife don’t want to live along anymore and then the best solution if Mutual Divorce.
For this both husband and wife have to file a Mutual Divorce petition in front of Honorable court without putting any allegations against each other.
A marriage which happened can be registered under Hindu Marriage Act,1955 or under the Special Marriage Act, 1954. This Hindu marriage act is applicable when both husband and wife are Hindus, Sikh, Buddhist or Jains or where they can converted into any of these religions.
When either of the wife or husband or both are not Hindus, Buddhists, Jains or Sikhs, then the marriage is registered under The Special Marriage Act, 1954.
Marriages occuring Under Marriage Act 1955 or Special Marriage Act 1954 in the Court in presence of a Marriage Officer and three witnesses.
Steps of a Court Marriage- 1. Notice of the intended marriage; 2. Publication; 3. Objection to Marriage; 4. Decleration by parties and witnesses; 5. Place and form of solemnization; 6. Certificate of Marriage
There is no specific way of sending Legal Notice to the client, it can be send via post (registeres) or by Personally to Husband or Wife. Legal Notice should be send in a specific format but sending the same incumbant should think upon it multiple times.
Drafting a will means to define the other person as the Owner of his property after death of the Requistor.
Following points to be remembered while drafting a Will- 1) It must be signed off in front of 2 witnesses; 2) It does not need to be registered but if you register then it is good to have; 3) Will can be changed any time.
If the person dies without making/defining his will then Indian Succession Law 1925 will apply based on the religion.