Dear Sir/Madam, if you are Hindu, you can get following one of the ground for divorce under section 13 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, is as follows; 1. Creulety u/s 13(1)(i), 2. Desertion for a period of two (2) years without reasonable cause u/s 13(1)(ib). 3. Adult u/s 13(1)(i). 4. Conversion to another religion from Hindu religion - u/s 13(1)(ii). 5. Incurable form of leprosy - u/s 13(1)(iv). 6. Unsound mind and mental disorder - u/s 13(1) (iii). 7. Renouncing the world by entering into any religious order - u/s 13(1)(vi). 8. Venereal disease - u/s 13(1)(v). 9. Not hard of being living for 7 years - u/s 13(1)(vii). 10. Non-cohabitation for one year after the decree of judicial seperation - u/s 13(1-a(i). 11. No restitution of conjugal rights for one year or mroe after the decree of restitution of conjugal rights - u/s 13(1-A)(ii), the wife (woman alone in addition to the above grounds is as follows; 1. Marriage when the first marriage is existing - u/s 13(2)(i). 2. Husband guilty of rape, sodomy or bestiablity - u/s 134(2)(ii). 3. Maintenance receiving wife when cohabitation not resumed for one year or above - u/s 13(2)(iii). 4. Marriage solemnized before she attained the age of 15 years and she has repudiated the marriage after attqaining that age but before attaingint the age of 18 years - u/s 13(2)(iv). ... if you want more advice in this regard... I will advice under paid service... best of luck... kindly review your user rating to my answer/reply... it will be token of appreciation... by Chandrashekhar Vithal Jadhav, Advocate & Legal Consultant, Bangalore.
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