1. Can one of the parties withdraw his/her consent after filing the first petition for Divorce on mutual consent within 18 months? What are the implications of the same to the other party?
If either of the party withdraws the consent, the petition will be dismissed by court.
2. What all should betaken care during creating the affedavitt for the petition? are are the points to be mentioned.
The terms and conditions mutually agreed are to be noted in a separate memorandum of understanding and they cannot be incorporated in the affidavit. In affidavit only the details regarding the marriage solemnisation, date, and consent by each other for dissolution to be incorporated.
3. My work requires me to travel out of country n short or long term basis, will filing for divorce have any implications on this part as well?
No this has got nothing to do with it until you are not absent or not being represented properly by your advocate during your absence on the date of hearing before court.
4. Is there any way to make sure that after filing divorce by mutual consent, either party doesnot withdraw the same? f not, what al should be taken care while drafting the petition.
One cannot force his decision on other, hence one cannot make sure the other not withdrawing the consent at a later stage. These are mutually agreed issues having no legal binding on the decisions take by individuals except the court will go by law.