MARRIAGE, DIVORCE, GUARDIANSHIP, ADOPTION AND DOMESTIC VOILANCE LAWS:

As a Leading Law firm in Hyderabad we also provide Family law services. We have a team of specialized Family lawyers to deal with all your Family related issues/cases. We advise and provide legal services in matters relating to Marriage and registration, Matters relating to Guardians and wards Act, Matters relating to Hindu adoption and maintenance Act., Matters relating to Special marriage Act, 1954, Succession Act, 1925, Hindu marriage Act, 1955, Indian Divorce Act, Dowry prohibition Act,1961 and The Indian Divorce Act,1869, with our Expertise and Extensive Knowledge as provided in the Indian Legal System. Family Laws can be broadly classified into:-

1. Marriage Laws.
2. Adoption Laws
3. Domestic Violence Laws
4. Divorce Laws

Marriage Laws:

Our team of Lawyers in Hyderabad will advise and provide legal services in matters relating to Marriage problems/issues/disputes as desired by them and permitted and allowed by the law.

Domestic Violence Laws:

Our team of Top Lawyers in Hyderabad will advise and provide legal services in matters relating to Domestic Laws.

Adoption Laws:

Our team of Expert Lawyers in Hyderabad will advise and provide legal services in matters relating to Maintenance, Guardian appointment and Adoption Laws.

Divorce Laws:

We have an experts and specialized Team of Divorce lawyers, We advise and provide legal services in matters relating to Marriage and registration, Matters relating to Guardians and wards Act, Matters relating to Hindu adoption and maintenance Act., Matters relating to Special marriage Act, 1954, Succession Act, 1925, Hindu marriage Act, 1955, Dowry prohibition Act, 1961 and The Indian Divorce Act, 1869 with our Expertise and Extensive Knowledge as per the Indian Legal System.

A divorce is the ending of a marital relationship through legal process, demanding a petition for divorce by one gathering. Only state judicial system contain legal system over divorcements, therefore the petitioning or disagreeing individual could just file in the State where he/she is and has actually been a citizen or where the marriage was celebrated or lastly resided together. The complications of problems including claims and rival claims such as property division and taxations may make it a good idea for both individuals to have professional legal and financial assistance to solve their problems without further legal involvements.


Some of the frequently asked Question for our Divorce Lawyers is:


1. Under Hindu Law after marriage what is the period of time required to apply for divorce?
A. Under Hindu Marriage Act no petition for divorce can be submitted in less than one year of the marriage. However if the appellants claim is of specific and remarkable trouble Courts are allowed to give leave to submit the case before the completion of one year.

2. How much time does it take to finalize a divorce claim?
A. In case of divorce by consent of both the parties, order of divorce could be acquired any time between six months to eighteen months. This duration may be further decreased or increased relying on the demands and the circumstances of the cases. In contested divorce claims, divorce is usually can be acquired after 6 months to 36 months and sometimes may be longer than that. Nevertheless, time component depends upon number of aspects like how many cases are pending in that particular court, how strongly claim is being addressed, issues of maintenance, etc.

3. In India is it necessary that both the parties have to attend the court hearing for divorce?
A. In fact, if it is filed in Family Court, only the parties are required to present and submit their problems and issues on the dates given by the courts. Advocates are required to make easy of doing legal formalities required for and on behalf of them as per law. If divorce is by consent then both of them are required to attend at least twice. However based on the area of filing and circumstances prevailing, it is likely to prevent the presence of the individuals, through their nearest relatives or their duly instructed power of attorneys.

4. How many times should I visit the court hearing if I applied for mutual divorce?
A. Minimum of 2 times is necessary. But depending on the location of filing, it can be cut back to one time.

5. Can the wife/husband marry during the divorce proceedings?
A. No. If any person marries second time during the life time of his/her spouse it is an offence. Untill unless divorce is granted by the competent court no spouse is entitled to marry again.

6. Where we can initiate Divorce proceedings? What are the papers required for filing a divorce case.
A. The place of marriage where it took place, where the marriage is registered, and where the couple lastly resided together, before the Family Court, if no Family Court is there Senior Civil Court/District Court The mandatory papers required for proceedings are: ID Proof, Address Proof, Marriage Proof, Passport photos. All other documents are necessary depending on allegations and statements made in their pleadings.