1. Mutual Divorce is the most simple and easy process to end the marriage when mutual unhappiness has emanated out of it. Total time required is six months from the date of filling papers, but one needs a competent lawyer to handle the entire process as there are certain legal and technical requirements and procedures like counselling and verifications.
2. Filing of mutual divorce has to be preceded by a separation of one year between the spouses, albeit it does not have to be judicial in nature.
3. If you and your wife are into a positive agreement to separate then mutual divorce can be applied at the earliest, whereas in the event she refuses to separate mutually, you may unilaterally file for divorce on the ground applicable to the facts of your case. After the filing of an affidavit on the first motion by the spouses the statements of both spouses would be recorded whereafter the second motion would be filed by the spouses after a gap of 6 months. If on the second motion the court is convinced that all the legal compliance have been made then he will grant divorce.