When divorce proceedings comes to an end, then apply complete certified copy of your case file. Then go to court room / judge room, ask for copy of decree, then as per law you will get copy of decree free of cost. Make your signature in entry register.You can approach the family court where your marriage was solemnised. You can file a petition regarding all these, and the court will send a notice to your ex-wife to appear before the court.
Though she refuses to appear the court you will get the justice on exparte basis.Yes. You’ll need to present your divorce decree or certificate of dissolution from your previous marriage. If you no longer have a copy, your lawyer can order you another one.See as per law you need to file for the divorce to get legally separated. Registration of marriage is not mandatory in India. Even unregistered marriages have full legal validity.
Therefore, getting a decree of divorce is essential to dissolve the marriage even if it was unregistered.The decree absolute is the final decree which actually dissolves the marriage. Once this has been granted you are ‘divorced’. Sometimes people are advised to await the approval of a financial settlement before applying for their decree absolute.
Reference: Hindu marriage act – 202100499-20210042-8455