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When you think about filing for divorce in India, the first thing that tends to come to mind is a long process, long discussions, lots of divorce papers and hassle. If you are considering an uncontested divorce you are already going through a difficult period, and the last thing you need is to prolong this even further. Luckily, thanks to mutualdivorceonline.com you do not need to worry.

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Mutual Divorce Online is a dedicated law firm with a team of best divorce lawyers of India, highly skilled and experienced in family matters like Mutual Divorce, NRI Divorce, Child Custody etc.

With 100% success in Mutual Divorce cases, we are the first law firm in India which made ‘Applying for Divorce Online’ possible. We expedite your divorce process with minimum paperwork, court-hearings and deliver the divorce decree to you.
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Can NRIs file divorce case abroad?

Yes, if a Non-Resident Indian (NRI) married in India wants a divorce, then he/she can do so by filing a petition in India or in the country where both of them are residing. The Indian law provides for this exception of filing a divorce in another country. It says that a petition can be filed within the jurisdiction of the courts of which the parties to the marriage last resided.

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