Divorce petition legal reply
Indonesian Divorce proceedings at the court is basically the same process as other Indonesian civil court proceedings, which includes the drafting of the divorce petition, the legal reply made by the defendant, the counter plea applied by the petitioner and the rebuttal by the defendant.
During those four divorce-written legal arguments, both parties are encouraged to express and or to communicate whatsoever happen to their household to the court, starting from the first time they have met each other until the Indonesian divorce petition have been registered, and the judges that holds the hearing will decides whether those arguments made by both parties contains enough basis to dissolve the marriage by divorce as governed by the law.
When you take a closer look at the four Indonesian divorce documents, you will notice that it basically contains of many allegations and or accusations being appointed by one party to the other, and the correlations of the said allegations and exhibits with the law and regulations in effect that governs the family law regarding the divorce and marriage termination, and the better the draft, the more effective it gets. The first part will be the divorce petition filed by The Divorce Petitioner, either party may take the stand to file for the divorce petition, and in here you will see things like historical background of your household, reasons for the divorce, etc.
The second part will be the chance for the defendant to stand for their rights, by replying the said petition (should be contains of rejections or acceptance), the third is the counter plea to deny or confirm the reply made by the defendant, and the last is the rebuttal made by the defendant to counter the petitioner’s plea. Furthermore, there is one last argumentative session during the Indonesian divorce proceedings which we called the legal illation or the final conclusion made by both party, however this particular session is basically the summary of what was happen or deployed during the proceedings and therefore both party is given the chance to only summarize the process on the same day.
To stand the chance of winning particular case such as divorce is mostly depends on how you react, accepting or reject in precise, any and all of the allegations made by the other party as shown on their submitted divorce paperwork, you should not let any details goes un-replied or not rejected, because if you are NOT rejecting it (supported with a valid evidence) most likely the court will consider that you are accepting it! And that will certainly hurt the proceedings should the said details states about something related to the divorce process that will discourage you.