Service Description: Before jumping to any conclusion or running to a lawyer, or even uttering it aloud, we recommend that you take some time to think the matter over, and confirm whether your situation will fulfill the grounds of divorce in an Indian court of justice. It is very common for people to file a petition under the influence of well-wishers who do not have enough knowledge to advise correctly on legal matters. And, while ideally a lawyer should be able to explain the right course of action but it doesn’t always happen that ways. Every year thousands of individuals end up losing their case just because of lack of knowledge and preparation. If you are perturbed about your married situation, and want to find out where would your divorce petition stand when judged through the Indian legal framework, read further about the acceptable reasons for divorce. These are clearly outlined in various acts of the Indian judicial system, for example the Section 13 of The Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 as amended up to date, or the Special Marriage Act, 1954, and so forth.