When two marital partners dissolve or terminate the legal status of their marriage under the family laws of the country, they are said to have undergone divorce.

Various acts govern family laws in India, some on the basis of religion such as the Hindu Marriages Act and the Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Divorce). There also exists the Special Marriage Act, 1954 which is more secular in its provisions.

Divorce petitions, whether mutual or contested always require thorough research and require an in-depth understanding of the personal issues individuals face. Further complications arise on matters where custody of children and property is involved.

Our team of experienced divorce lawyers will assist you in getting the most benefits out of your petition. We will ensure you are aware of your legal rights with regard to your problem in specific. We will ensure the proceedings are smooth and disputes resolved in an amicable manner.