Judicial separation is a decree of the court necessitating a married couple to stop living together but not breaking up the marriage. Section 10 of the Hindu Marriage Act 1955 provides for judicial separation. It is a legal process by which a married couple may sanctify a genuine separation while enduring legally married. A legal separation is contracted in the form of a court order, which can be in the form of a legitimate approval decree. The most general basis for filing with the courts for a legal separation is to make pro tem fiscal whereabouts for the two of them, such as deciding which one will pay which bills, have power over which property, and whether one of them shall give the other provisional pecuniary support.