Divorce is a horrible thing for any couple to go through whether you are Muslim or Christian. It is a long and sometimes difficult procedure. But to make the whole divorce go as smoothly as possible you will need to sit your partner down and tell them why you want a divorce.
Getting a divorce can be an easy process if you and your partner are agreed on getting one. You can then simply go through the process without any problems and not worry about a stop divorce. When your partner has had a change of heart they will try and stop divorce. They may do this by not filling in a form or not showing up in court for the final divorce procedure. They in the end don't want to let go of their past with that person and they don't want to start a future. But a divorce is the only way for both of you to be happy and trying to stop divorce will not please anyone especially your partner.
Getting a divorce will require a lot of your time and you may need to get some form of schedule written up in your mind to help you through the whole procedure. You can slow things down a little when you need time to yourself or to breath. But you can't really stop divorce proceedings because of this. Time to yourself is expected but the courts will see divorce as that you have thought about it with your partner and that there is no need to stop divorce proceedings.
Trying to stop divorce proceedings is not a clever idea even if you think it is a good idea the courts won't see it like that. They will then see you as a slightly immature adult and if there are any children in this divorce then they will more then likely end up with your partner because of you trying to stop divorce proceedings. Divorce is a long and sometime painful process you will never be married to this person again and you will never share a house with them again. Both of you have to agree if that is what you want.
Most couples that sit down and talk about a divorce have shown a huge degree of being an adult. They have said to their partner that it isn't working out and that they should really think about settling the marriage with a divorce. It also shows that this couple sees their lives as different paths and that they are going in opposite directions. Then they will agree that a divorce will be the best thing for them and then they will go from there. With forms that need to be filled in and anything that they both own will need to be divided or sorted out between them. That is more their own thing to sort out and the courts will try not to get involved with that. However if there is a dispute between the couple about a house or finances (and there usually is) then the courts will have to come into the proceedings again and see what can be done about this problem.
Divorce is not the end of the world you will have a new future and hopefully you can pick yourself up again. It will be like starting again from before you were married just being single and doing what you used to do before you met. No couple ever really wants a divorce but sometimes you have to know when to say that your marriage isn't working and that it is time to move on.