Chennai Contested Divorce: Procedure of contested divorce as per Hindu Marriage Act.
When you and your spouse does not agree to end the marriage amicably, then one of you can go to court and fight for the rights. That is, a contested divorce.
According to Hindu Marriage Act, a divorce suit can be instituted only based on valid grounds prescribed under the statute. Specific grounds for divorce include: desertion, cruelty, adultery, mental disorder, communicable disease, presumption of death, etc.
You can initiate a contested divorce by filing a petition to the court with relevant documents and proofs. Once admitted, the court will issue a notice to the other spouse. Trial begins. You'll need a passionate lawyer, by your side, fighting for your rights and presenting compelling arguments on your behalf.