Divorce and Family Law Services


Divorce and Family Law Services: At Patil Legal Solutions, we understand that family matters can be some of the most challenging and emotionally taxing experiences in life. Our team of dedicated family law attorneys is here to provide you with compassionate support and expert guidance when you need it most.

Our Areas of Expertise

Contested Divorce:

A Contested Divorce, often referred to as a One-Sided Divorce, arises when one party is inclined to terminate the marriage, while the other party opposes it. The decision to dissolve the marriage is not a mutual agreement between both parties. Such divorces occur when one spouse has valid reasons for seeking separation and a strong intention to conclude the marriage. We expertly guide you through the complexities of contested divorces, ensuring we protect your rights and interests.

Grounds for Contested Divorce:

We specialize in contested divorces based on various grounds, as per Section 13 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, including adultery, cruelty, desertion, religious conversion, leprosy, communicable diseases, renunciation, mental instability, or presumption of death. Our experienced attorneys will work closely with you to build a strong case based on these grounds.

Mutual Divorce:

Mutual Divorce is a peaceful resolution where both husband and wife mutually agree that they cannot live together anymore and that divorce is the best solution. They jointly present a Mutual Divorce petition before the court without making allegations against each other. We offer efficient legal assistance for couples seeking a mutual divorce, ensuring a smooth and swift process.

Conditions for Mutual Divorce: According to Section 13B of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, conditions to file for a mutual divorce include:

  • A requirement for a mutual divorce is that both spouses must have lived separately for at least one year.
  • They should also come to an agreement that they cannot continue living together.
  • Furthermore, it’s essential that both parties mutually acknowledge that their marriage has collapsed.
  • Lastly, both spouses need to agree to file jointly for a mutual divorce without any undue influence, bribery, or fraud.

Child Custody: Protecting the best interests of your children is paramount. We’re here to assist you in establishing custody arrangements that work for your family and provide stability for your children.

Child Support: Determining child support can be a contentious issue. We have the knowledge and experience to help you reach a fair and equitable support agreement.

Alimony (Spousal Support): Whether you are seeking alimony or are concerned about your financial obligations, our team can help you understand your rights and obligations regarding spousal support.

Property Division: Fairly dividing marital assets and debts is a critical aspect of divorce. We will advocate for your interests and help you secure the assets you deserve

Compassionate Support

We understand the emotional turmoil that often accompanies family law matters, whether it’s a contested or mutual divorce. Our approach is rooted in compassion and empathy, as we guide you through these challenging times. We strive to provide practical solutions that prioritize your family’s well-being.

Experienced Legal Guidance

With extensive experience in family law, our team possesses a profound understanding of the legal nuances within this field. As a result, we are well-equipped to provide you with clear explanations, custom-tailored strategies, and robust representation both in and out of the courtroom.

Simplified Legal Processes

Legal issues often present complexity, but we’re dedicated to simplifying the process and minimizing stress for you. We’ll guide you through every step, ensuring that you remain well-informed and prepared.

Contact Us Today

If you’re facing a contested or mutual divorce, or any other family law matter, don’t go through it alone. Patil Legal Solutions is ready to stand by your side. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and let us help you navigate the challenges and complexities of family law with confidence and compassion.

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