I echo the other attorney's comments. In fact, I've had several clients that were married in India, moved to California, and thereafter, sought a divorce, which involved issues of child custody, support, etc. Essentially, it makes no difference if the parties were married in India, to get a divorce in CA. In other words, a lawful marriage that occurred elsewhere is recognized in CA. Assuming the parties satisfy the CA residency requirements, their divorce will be conducted under CA law, just as it would be for all other lawfully married couples that are CA residents, regardless of where they were married. As for whether India will recognize a divorce judgment from CA, I can't speak to that issue.
If your marriage is legal in the Country or State where it was performed, it is legal here. As California residents, your divorce would be handled under California law. There are no religious considerations in the law and community property laws would apply.
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