Dissolving a marriage is a legally complicated process In India. India is a country
formed by a number of religions, so there are different laws of divorce for different
religions in India such as:
- Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, is applicable for all the Hindus including Sikh, Jain
- Indian Divorce Act, 1869, is applicable to Christians.
- The Dissolution Of Muslim Marriages Act, 1939, Muslim Personal Law (Shariat) Application
Act, 1937 and The Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Divorce) Act,1986, is applicable
- Parsi Marriage and Divorce Act, I936, is applicable to Parsis.
- Special Marriage Act, 1954.
- Foregin Marriage Act, 1969. Despite of the above laws there is also an option for
divorce by mutual consent. In either case, the parties for divorce need to consider
alimony and property division, and child custody agreements to be negotiated.
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