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how one should pay alimony in mutual consent divorce so wife can't cheat by taking alimony money and dont give divorce ?

me and my wife gong to file MCD , but he she demands 50 % alimony b4 filing MCD and rest after evidence stage ( but before court order of divorce ) , i have a fear that she may refuse to give divorce after taking money from me at any stage, so how should i pay money to her ? i mean at what stages and by which process i can safely pay her money so she dont hostile
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Posted on 25th Oct, 2018
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Advocate Sreejith
Answered on 17th Mar, 2019
Enter into a settlement agreement/ MoU wherein all details including the quantum of alimony and mode of payment as mutually agreed be stated. You can pay the amount and the details be mentioned in the said document and the same be mentioned in the MCD petition. Or else while filing MCD petition you may pay certain % of the total alimony by cheque/ DD on the same day after filing. Further when the matter is listed for final hearing (after six months) keep the DD/ Cheque ready for the remaining amount and the same can be given after hearing in the Court and when the Court keeps the matter for order.
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