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A Petition for Divorce by Mutual Consent u/s 13(B) of the Hindu Marriage Act 1955

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IN THE COURT OF THE JUDGE, FAMILY COURT,.......AT.......

Marriage Petition No._________________________________________ / 200_

1. Shri_________ H______________________)

age... years, occupation .......................)Address................................................................)Petitioners

2. Smt. ______W______)

age.........years, occupation......................)

Address................................................................)Respondents

A PETITION FOR DIVORCE BY MUTUAL CONSENT U/S 13 (B) OF THE HINDU MARRIAGE ACT 1955

The petitioners abovenamed submit this petition, praying to state as follows:

1. That the petitioners are husband and wife, their marriage having been solemnised at Pune on___according to the Hindu religion, vaidic rites and ceremonies.

2. That the petitioner No. 2, prior to the marriage, was known by her maiden name as Kumari Kanchan, while there is no change resulted in the name of the petitioner No. 1.

3. That out of their wedlock, the petitioners have got a son by name Shubham and daughter named Pooja.

4. That the petitioners submit that during the recent past, they realised that their likings, tastes of life, temperaments, ideas, ideologies, thinking, attitudes, aptitudes, intellectual reactions, capacities, feelings, moods, habits, nature and life are so different from each other that it would not be possible for them to hit it off together in future.

5. That the petitioners have tried their best to have a reconciliation for a happy domesticity, but they have been very unfortunate to bring about the same.

6. That the petitioners have, therefore, decided to dissolve their marriage by mutual consent, and hence, this petition.

7. That the petitioner No. 2 being in Government service is in a position to maintain herself as well as the children, and she on her own does hereby...

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