Family Law Matrimonial Dispute

If your marriage is breaking up, there are many feelings that go along with the conflict and disillusionment when a marriage falls apart. Knowing the laws, worrying about the legalities, facing divorce or annulment are stressful concerns.

We handle matrimonial disputes which will include the matters arising under the following Acts.

  • Family Court Act
  • Specific Performance Act and Civil Procedure Code
  • Hindu Marriage Act
  • Section 125, 126, 127 of Cr. P. C and 498 (A) of I.P.C
  • Special Marriage Act
  • Domestic Violence Act.
  • Divorce Act
  • Muslim Laws
  • Guardians and Wards Act
  • Christian Laws
  • Adoption and Maintenance Act
  • Marriage Registration

The following issues arises in matrimonial disputes, leading to litigation.


  • Marriage under Special Marriage Act
  • Divorce Case/Dissolution of Marriage
  • Cruelty & Misappropriate of Dowry Articles
  • Divorce Litigation Service
  • Pre Litigation Service
  • Assistance in Counseling
  • Conducting Trial
  • Getting Copies of Documents
  • Criminal Law, Police actions – FIR / BAIL,
  • Documentation and allied services
  • Spouse visa case


  • Adoption & Succession
  • Share in Ancestral Property
  • Family Settlement
  • Will & Probate

Divorce is very painful and it disturbs the life of not only both the partners, but also other members of both the families i.e. Father-in-Law, Mother-in-Law, Brother-in-Law, Sister-in-Law etc.

NRI Matrimonial Disputes

When a marriage fails and husband is an NRI, it involves further complications. Sometimes, the parties produce judgements and decrees of foreign courts which are generally not accepted by Indian Courts except when it satisfies certain conditions.

When an FIR is registered by the girl u/s 406, 498A IPC against her NRI husband, he has to come to India and join investigation. When the NRI husband approach Sessions Court seeking anticipatory bail, the court depending upon the facts and circumstances of the case, may accept or reject the antipatory bail. When the anticipatory bail is accepted some conditions are generally imposed on the NRI husband to ensure the presence of the accused persons before the I.O. and to ensure fair investigations.

If the anticipatory bail is not accepted it invites further complications as joining investigations without anticipatory bail entails the danger of being arrested by Policeand if investigation are not joined, in spite of services of notice by the police, NBWs (Non-Bailable Warrants) can be issued and Loc (Look-out-circular) may got be issued against the NRI husband, alerting the airports about the look-out of the accused.