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I am married since last 2 months however I do not like my wife, moreover our metality does not match. I want to get divorce from her is this possible?

I am married since last 2 months however I do not like my wife, moreover our mentality does not match. I want to get divorce from her is this possible?
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Divorce
Posted on 19th Jun, 2018
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Answered on 16th Jul, 2018
You have create and find out some ground get immediate divorce. Please discuss and share .
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Advocate DHARAM
Answered on 21st Jul, 2018
Marriage is a name of responsibilities, care and love for each other. It is just two months. It takes time of understand each other. Have a patience and try to understand, take care of her. Mentality is going a big issue, it is not easy of matching the matality with other also. Try to understand and try to let her understand. It is a matter of give and take. If the condition does not improve after one or one and half year, then think over it.
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Advocate Aameer
Answered on 21st Jun, 2018
yes, you can take divorce but only after one year of sepration, by filing a divorce petition Mutually or contest the Petition.
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