Married in India, settled in Canada and looking for Divorce?

When you think about filing for divorce in India, the first thing that tends to come to mind is a long process, especially when you are settled abroad. Luckily, thanks to you do not need to worry.
With our online divorce forms system, everything you need is just a click away even if you are miles away from us. We minimize the legal work for you with our expertise and complete your legal proceedings by causing minimum hassle to you.

To begin with NRI Mutual Divorce process, simply fill out the contact form, chat with us on Whatsapp or Call us directly at +91-9654-355-275 (10 am to 7 pm). You can also fill-up our detailed Online Divorce Form.

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Cost for NRI Mutual Divorce in India?

We work in a completely transparent manner and charge you a fee of ₹60,000/- only (inclusive of everything) and that too in 3 installments of ₹20,000/- each.

Stage 1

₹20,000 advance

Stage 2

₹20,000 at the time of Final Motion

Stage 3

₹20,000 at the time of Final Motion

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, NRIs can file Divorce cases in India and filing a divorce petition in India is a much smoother and safer route as marriage took place in India.
For purposes of appearance in court proceedings, if one party is unable to come to India, then there are two options which could be granted by Court:

  • A power of attorney can be accorded to any person. This person should be a family member
  • Proceedings can be initiated via Video-Conferencing

Yes, divorce decrees passed by Indian courts are valid in other countries just like marriages that are registered in India are valid in foreign countries. Basically, no foreign court is going to question if the decree passed by an Indian court on a matter of divorce of a couple married in India is invalid.

Yes, 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.

The Indian courts do not recognize the decree passed by the foreign courts if the decree so made is inconclusive under Section 13 of the Civil Procedure Code, 1908.

  • Is not pronounced by a Court of competent jurisdiction
  • Has not been given on the merits of the case
  • Appears on the face of the proceedings to be founded on an incorrect view of international law or a refusal to recognize the law of India in cases in which such law is applicable
  • Was obtained opposed to the principles of natural justice
  • Has been obtained by fraud
  • Sustains a claim founded on a breach of any law in force in India