Married in India, settled in USA and looking for Divorce? You need the best Family Lawyers in Delhi NCR (India), expert in NRI Divorce for Indian residing in USA

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We prepare your Case based on given information

We request documents from both parties

You or your SPoA appear in front of judge

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If you are married in India, settled in the USA and now seeking a Mutual Divorce then you need an experienced NRI Divorce Lawyer. Mutual Divorce Online has the most experienced Family Lawyers with expertise in NRI Divorce matters.
Here you can easily apply for NRI Divorce Online from anywhere in India or USA. We minimize the legal work for you and complete your legal proceedings under hassle-free environment. At present, we work in the Family courts of Delhi, Gurgaon and Bangalore.

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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Documents required for NRI Mutual Divorce

  • Marriage Cards or Marriage Certificate
  • Two Joint Marriage Photograph
  • Two Passport Size photographs of both parties
  • Adhaar Card and/or any other current address proof of both parties
  • SPoA (Special Power of Attorney) document (For those who cannot appear in Indian Court)

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Cost for NRI Mutual Divorce in India?

We work in a completely transparent manner and charge you a fee of ₹49,000/- only (inclusive of everything) and that too in 2 installments of ₹24,500/- each.


Stage 1

₹24,500 advance

Stage 2

₹24,500 after passing of first motion

Frequently Asked Questions

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