Divorce by mutual consent
Divorce by mutual consent is a kind of contract between the two spouses whereby they agree on all the consequences of their divorce.
Unlike divorce for irremediable disunity, divorce by mutual consent necessarily implies that both spouses agree on ALL and not just divorce.
The spouses must therefore agree on the division of their movable and immovable property, the financial arrangements between them (food relief, alimony after divorce) and their children (food contribution), the arrangements for housing common children, etc.
Both types of divorce (for irremediable disunity or mutual consent) require a judicial procedure, the dissolution of the marriage (the divorce) being always pronounced by the judge.
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