Child Custody

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 Child custody is one of the most important and essential decisions during divorce 

NRI Legal Services

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Non-Resident Indians (NRI), Indian settled abroad or on work allow who are included in marital emergency frequently confronts complex circumstance of separation, invalidation, and youngster guardianship and resulting lawful procedures.

Mutual Consent Divorce

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Under Section 13-B of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, the parties can seek divorce by mutual consent by filing a petition before the court. Mutual consent means that both the parties agree for peaceful separation.

Mutual consent divorce is the easiest and quickest way to dissolve the existing marriage. It is when both the spouses agree mutually to put an end to the marriage without putting litigations against one another in the court of law.   

Restitution of Conjugal Rights

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Conjugal rights are rights that the spouses have upon each other. Marriage enable certain rights and duties upon each other. If either partner leaves the other without any valid reason or explanation, this is known as restitution of conjugal rights under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955.

Foreign Divorce

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SEPARATION, ANNULMENT, CHILD CUSTODY: Issues among NRIs, Indian’s Living Abroad Separation itself is muddled. Inconvenience mixes and irritates when it includes Indian Law of Divorce and Foreign Divorce and issues emerging out of the same.

Judicial Separation

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 Judicial separation is a legal process wherein the married couple introspect about giving a chance to marriage before actually getting a divorce. Under the order of the court for judicial separation the husband and wife live separately for a period of time getting adequate space and time to think about continuing their marriage or not. Judicial separation is the last step before the office legal break up meaning divorce.

Counselling & Mediation

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A disputed marriage affects feelings, emotions, inner self, and mental reasons. Making the decision to end a marriage will be one of the biggest decisions anyone can ever face because it will affect them for the rest of their life – especially if they have kids. With so much at stake, this is not a decision most people take lightly – and with good reason. The terms ‘counselling’ and ‘mediation’ are often used interchangeably, particularly in the context of divorce and family law. Counsellors and mediators are always impartial and can help the concerned parties.  Mediation helps couples involved in family breakdown make amicable and harmonious arrangements.

Transfer Petition in Supreme Court

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Exchange Petition can be recorded either in Supreme Court or High Court. Exchange Petition can be recorded by either party arraigning or challenging case.

Contested Divorce

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 Contested divorce is one in which the partners are not able to come at a conclusion of their agreements and have issues relating to termination of the marriage. In such cases, a lawyer or a mediator is hired and the court takes the final decision in such matters where the partners cannot negotiate. 


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 Maintenance is an integral part under Indian Laws.

Alimony is husband or wife’s right for financial support after divorce. Section 25 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 enables the provision of alimony or maintenance. Providing maintenance means that the other person who is getting the maintenance should be able to live the life as he or she lived before marriage in case of divorce. The most important aspect of maintenance is that the party which relies on maintenance has no independent source of income to support himself/herself. 

Divorce Petition Drafting

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Separation Petition, challenged separate cases Half of the fight is won on the premise of the sound drafting of the Divorce Petition. We utilize the greater part of our separation skill in the drafting of the Petition and establish a solid framework for the whole challenged separate case.


498 A & Allied Criminal Proceedings

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 Matrimonial Cruelty in India is a cognizable, non-bailable and non-compoundable offence.

Section 498A deals with cruelty to women. The main objective of this law is to protect and safeguard the interest of married women who are subject to cruelty by the husband or his relatives. 

NRI Legal Support

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Our novel, proficient and skilled treatment of separation and revocation cases identified with NRI over 10 years has settled on as a characteristic decision for speaking to NRI separate cases in India.

Annulment of Marriage

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Section 12 of Hindu Marriage Act provides an order for nullity of marriage. Annulment is a legal method of declaring a marriage null and void. A marriage is said to be void if certain legal requirements are not met and if such a case happens, marriage is said to be never existed in the eyes of law.

Domestic Violence Lawyer

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 The Protection Of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005 covers those women who are or have been in a relationship with the abuser but it also covers those women who have lived together in a shared household and are related by consanguinity, marriage or through a relationship in the nature of marriage  or   adoption. It also covers those women who are sisters, widows, mothers, single women, or living in any other relationship with the abuser are entitled to legal protection under the Domestic Violence Act.


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