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Best Divorce Lawyer Delhi | RDJ Consultants

Our Law Firm RDJ Consultants in Delhi provides the best divorce lawyer for drafting and filing of divorce 
petitions, mutual divorce petitions, maintenance cases, permanent alimony cases, Domestic Violence cases
and all other related matrimonial law proceedings. In Delhi Family Courts are located at all the five District 
Courts at Tis Hazari, Rohini, Karkardooma, Saket, Dwarka, Patiala House.
Petition for Divorce can be filed before any of the concerned  Family Court  only. It depends upon the 
residential address of the parties to the divorce, the place of marriage or the location of the matrimonial
home of the parties after the marriage.


  • Parties to the divorce should be  living separately  since last one year on the date of filing of the petition
  •  for divorce.
  • Documentary proof of marriage between the parties is to be filed before the court.
  • The photographs of the parties are also field along with the petition.
  • The proof of residence of the parties is also to be filed.
  • The petition is to be filed in the concerned family court where the parties resided/resided or the
  •  matrimonial home is situated. 


The wife or even the husband can file application for grant of maintenance during the pendency of the
divorce petitions before the Family Courts in Delhi. The provision Section 24 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 
1955 and Section 36 of The Special Marriage Act,1954 are attracted.  Family Court is empowered to issue
orders for the maintenance of the wife or the husband during the pendency of the proceedings of 
divorce before. The Family Court takes a summary view of the entire facts of the case and then decides 
the application for the interim maintenance which is based upon the estimated earnings and level of
living of the husband. The court also awards the cost of the proceedings of divorce.


  • Section 125 of the Code of Criminal Procedure,1973.
  • Domestic Violence Act,2005 also deals with the subject of maintenance of the wife and the child.
  • Section 18 & 20 of The Hindu Adoptions and Maintenance Act,1956.


STEP-1: The divorce petition containing the facts of the case, the grounds of divorce, all details of the
parties is filed before the Family Courts under the law.

STEP-2: Family Court scrutinizes the divorce petition and issues notice on the divorce petition to the other
 party against whom the divorce petition has been filed.

STEP-3: The parties to the divorce proceedings are directed to appear before the court for mediation in
 most of the cases and efforts by the court is made to reconcile them at first.

STEP-4: The reconciliation proceedings being conducted by the Family Court is either end successful then
 the matter stands settled. If the reconciliation proceedings end in failure then the Family Court proceeds
 with the matter.

STEP-5:The Family Court directs the opposite party to file written statement to the divorce petition and take
 all his defenses.

STEP-6: The petitioner is directed to file his rebuttal/rejoinder to the written statement filed by the opposite
 party. The application for interim maintenance etc is decided by the court at this stage of the case.

STEP-7:The court frames the issues for adjudications and the matter is posted for evidence of the parties.

STEP-8: The petitioner is directed to lead its evidence by way of filing the relevant documents, papers and
 by summoning all its witnesses.

STEP-9: The respondent is asked to lead its evidence by way of fling of the relevant documents, papers
and by summoning all its witnesses.

STEP-10: The final arguments in the matter are held and the matter is decided by the court.

STEP-11:The court passes the decree of divorce or rejects the matter based on the entire facts, evidence
and law. Either the divorce is granted in favour of the applicant or it is rejected by the court after discussing
 the entire facts, legal grounds and all other related material. 
Divorce Lawyer in Delhi For Mutual Consent Divorce
Mutual Consent Divorce is the easiest form of separation. In this scenario, both the partners
mutually agree and decide to get separated by filing “no fault divorce” petition. However, for filing this kind
 of petition, both the husband and wife have to live separately for at least 12 months.
The estranged spouses file the First Motion Petition (the Mutual Consent Divorce). A gap of at least
 six months is necessary before the filing of the Second Motion Petition.
However, if the petition for divorce is withdrawn by either of the party within eighteen months of the
filing of the First Motion Petition, then the Court cannot pass a divorce decree.


  • Expert services of best divorce lawyers in Delhi for online legal advice, online drafting and vetting of 
       petitions for all divorce matters in India.
  • Quick services of Best Divorce Lawyer Delhi for filing of divorce on the grounds of mutual consent by
       the parties. 
  • Highly qualified and quick services of best divorce lawyers in Delhi for all types of legal advice, drafting
      of all divorce agreements, documents, petitions, mutual divorce petitions before the Family Courts.
  • Drafting filing and contesting divorce cases on the grounds of cruelty.
  • Contesting all types of divorce cases on the grounds of desertion.
  • Divorce cases on the grounds of adultery.
  • Best Divorce Lawyer Delhi for handling divorce cases on the grounds of conversion.
  • Team of Best Divorce Lawyer Delhi for handling divorce cases on the grounds of impotency.
  • Expert and highly qualified Best Divorce Lawyer Delhi for all legal services of drafting and filing mutual
       divorce petition.
  • Filing and defending maintenance matters filed by wife against the husband.
  • Handling maintenance cases filed by wife against the husband under Section 125 of Code of Criminal
  • Filing and defending maintenance matters filed by wife against the husband under The Domestic
       Violence Act,2005.
  • Maintenance matters filed by wife under The Hindu Adoptions & Maintenance Act,1956.
  • Restitution of conjugal rights cases filed by the husband against wife before the Family courts.
  • Petition for restitution of conjugal rights case by wife against the husband before the Family Courts.
  • Filing and defending permanent alimony matters filed by the wife against the husband.
  • Handling all cases under Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 related to Divorce, Maintenance, Permanent 
       Alimony, Adultery, Cruelty, Conversion, Restitution of Conjugal rights and other related issues.
  • Handling all cases under Special Marriage Act.
  • For handling the court cases, and matters under the Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Divorce) 
       Act, 1986.
  • For handling the cases under the Dissolution of Muslim Marriage Act, 1939.

Important Things To Remember While Filing Divorce Petition

  • The partners (referred to as parties in legal terminology) must have been separated for at least one
           year before filing the divorce petition.
  • Proof of marriage must be submitted in the court in order to file the divorce petition.
  • The parties must provide their individual, recent photographs while filing the divorce petition
  • The parties must also provide their proof of residence to the court.
Our services include, but are not limited to:
  • Legal advice on the divorce cases through in-person meeting or via online platform.
  • Drafting of the divorce petitions
  • Legal advice from the highly qualified and experienced divorce lawyers in Delhi.

Ask your question to our Divorce Lawyers

If you have further questions related to family or Divorce litigation cases, feel free to contact us.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Being a Law Firm Delhi, RDJ Consultants we provide services of best divorce lawyer
 Delhi, for urgent requirements of our services, please call our board No. 9711905747 or mail us through 
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