(This story was first publihsed in the Times of India on March 8, 2021) MUMBAI: A couple , both jetsetting professionals in their 40s, recently got a divorce via mutual consent without placing a foot in the family court in Bandra. They were not in India when they filed for divorce, and when it was granted, the man was stranded in Bali on a tourist visa and the wife in Dubai , where she works. The wedding had taken place under the Special Marriage Act in 2002 in the city. Three years ago, they began living separately, citing irreconcilable differences. During the lockdown , like many other couples, they decided to get moving on the dissolution of their marital ties. The husband had been abroad on a 2-month tourist visa, which was extended to over 10 months due to the unprecedented contingency. Mumbai city latest updates Family court waives 6-month cooling off period for couple The Indian consulate at first rejected the husband's application to attest his documents, but later, after several escalations, it played a role in even aiding the virtual dissolution. The authorities in Bali made an exception and allowed him to attest his divorce petition and power… Read full this story
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