All marriages have ups and downs.
Divorce in India is no longer the rare breed of animal we get to hear about in a distant world. ‘Divorce’ or the big D word is now heard more frequently than before.
One of the reason for divorce in India is women are becoming more independent. Another factor that contributes to this increasing trend of divorce in India is the fact that women are psychologically and financially more independent now leading them to break free from what can be termed as “restraining” or “unsatisfactory” marriages. Educated working women may not have the time needed to focus on running the household and this creates a lot of stress on the family resulting in divorce.
Friend you both should talk to each other about future course. If you both reach to a conclusion that marriage is not workable you should ease out the tension surrounding them and accept that their marriage has broken down. Forget the fear of society. Nobody knows situation better than husband and wife themselves; also impact on the children.
So friend if you have decided to take divorce then you can take divorce by Mutual Consent, as the name suggests, means when both Husband and wife agree amicably amongst themselves that they cannot live together anymore and that the best solution is to Divorce, without putting forth any allegations against each other, in the court of law. Alimony, child custody, maintenance etc can be decided mutually.
But friend i will suggest you to go to a Counsellor who can talk to both of you with his/her level of expertise and experience to determine the real cause of issue. Hopefully that will clear your mind, either convince you to give your marriage another try, or at least open her eyes to the fact there no point flogging a dead horse.
You can talk to me for further clarification.
ADVOCATE ON RECORD
SUPREME COURT OF INDIA