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Divorce is an emotional time and it often involves confusion, anger, disappointment, and vulnerability. It doesn’t have to be this way if you have the best legal services by your side.

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Siddhant Malegaonkar

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Shraddha Jadhav

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Nikita Garg

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Kunal Pagar

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Pre-Litigation Counseling

Pre-litigation counseling can be incredibly important for any potential dispute. Our lawyers will work with you to understand the individual features of your case and help you weigh the pros and cons, in order to help you avoid litigation when possible, and fight to win when it's necessary.

Mutual Divorce

The best-case scenario for ending a marriage is when both parties mutually decide to do so on amicable terms. However, even in an uncontested divorce, it is important to be careful. There are many legal and financial considerations that can come back to haunt you if they are not thoroughly covered in your marital settlement agreement. In such cases, we have got you covered!

Marriage Registration

The documents you need for marriage registration may vary based on your and your spouse's religion, where you get married, and where you live. Our team of legal experts have handled over 500 marriage cases and is well equipped to get your marriage registration application in order within a specified time.

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Contested Divorce

No matter how your contested divorce turns out, we can help you get there as smoothly as possible. Our professional contested divorce attorneys are well-known throughout the state for their ability to bring a compassionate and tenacious approach to our clients' cases. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you.

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Child Custody

Child custody can be a difficult issue for couples during a divorce. The main concern is what will be best for the child. If you want to maintain custody, you must be able to show that it would be better for the child than any other option. Our team has years of experience in helping parents with child custody and support. If you have questions, please contact our firm.

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Spousal Maintenance/Alimony

Financial discussions during divorce can be difficult. When one spouse has less income than the other, it can create a conflict over who will pay alimony. At our firm, we have experience representing clients on both sides of alimony cases. Our team will use effective methods to get the best possible outcome for your case.

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Property Litigation

At our firm, we know how vital it is for you to obtain your rightful property. You should never have to battle for your interests alone. The family law specialists from our company can be the advantage you need and they will stand by you with empathy and proficiency.

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Domestic Violence

Domestic violence can cost your career, money, and peace of mind. This is a serious crime and needs to be tackled with the help of the best legal support. We have a team of experienced defense attorneys who will do everything they can to help you achieve the best possible outcome for your specific situation.

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Inheritance Law

We advise clients on drafting family constitutions, restructuring family businesses, creating trusts and wills, migrating residency and changing citizenship. With the right expertise in the industry, we understand the intrinsic importance that family values provide in building a successful and sustainable institution.

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FAQ

There are three remedies available to parties: restitution of conjugal rights, judicial separation, and divorce.

If you and your spouse agree on all the terms and conditions of divorce which include:

  • Maintenance of wife and children,
  • Custody of any children,
  • Division of debt,
  • Separation of joint property

The Court does not decide the terms and conditions of the divorce; you and your spouse do it. It is always advisable to go in for a mutual consent divorce as it is less time taking and a cheap procedure.

Registration of marriage is not required if the marriage is performed as per Hindu Vedic rituals.

Divorce, either mutual or contested can be filed only after One year of marriage and minimum 6 months of separation.

No, you cannot file for a divorce unless you complete 1 year of marriage. However, you can consult a good divorce lawyer or approach the district family court and apply for an annulment (cancellation) of marriage based on special reasons i.e.

  • Adultery
  • Cruelty
  • Desertion
  • Renunciation
  • Not heard of for 7 years
  • Conversion
  • Mental Disorder
  • Veneral Diseases
  • Leprosy

You can file for divorce at a district family court where:

  • your marriage ceremony took place, or
  • you last resided with your spouse, or
  • your spouse is residing at the time of filing for divorce.

You can file a divorce petition at any of these places, as per your convenience.

No, you cannot get divorce on stamp paper. In order to get divorce, you need to make a proper divorce application in the district family court.

Divorce matters usually take a lot of time. In case of a contested divorce that is where only one of the spouses wants divorce are usually very time taking and may take around 3-5 years. But in cases, where both you and your spouse mutually decide to take a divorce, such a proceed may take only 6-8 months.

In such a case you must file for a Contested Divorce in the district family court. This happens when only one of the spouse seeks divorce and the other does not.

In such a case, your divorce petition filed under mutual consent may be dismissed by the court for non-appearance of your spouse. However, you can request the court to postpone the date for the second appearance. Even after this, if your husband is still not willing to continue, you will have to apply for a contested divorce.

Since you and your spouse are the essential parties to the divorce, it is necessary for both of you to be present in court for the divorce proceedings