NRI Divorce Lawyer and Legal Support
NRI Lawyer in New Delhi – The subject of foreign divorce in India sounds quite complicated and people are hardly aware about the legalities involved with it. First and foremost, it is essential to understand the meaning of foreign divorce. The issue arises when a marriage, which is sanctified in India, is taken in front of foreign court for dissolution. Such an event produces uncertain questions, which need to be comprehended, both technically as well as fundamentally. We know the art of trade to keep the attendance of client in Court to minimum one or two during entire contested divorce case. We have achieved the unique distinction of getting the Divorce by Mutual Consent via power of attorney and video-conferencing which ensure that you even do need to be present in the Court.
We provide complete and regular update to client about the development of the divorce, annulment, child custody cases. We are just a call or e-mail away. Our time structure is also tailor-made to address the issues of NRI Legal Services. We have achieved commendable success in NRI’s Divorce and allied matter by adopting practical and lateral approach in the resolution of dispute.
In case you want to get a divorce in the foreign country where you reside, it must be a mutual consent divorce. The Indian legal system does not recognize Ex parte divorce orders, i.e., where only spouse participates.
You can apply for a divorce according to the foreign marriage law prevailing in the country where you reside. Afterwards, you need to seek a declaration in accordance with the Family Courts Act to make the foreign judgment valid in India. The client will be informed that this declaration can be sought only in the family court which has the jurisdiction to try the case.
If you want recognition of the divorce in India, it has to be a mutual consent divorce. In certain cases, the divorce granted by a foreign court will not be recognized in India. Our expert NRI lawyers with all their knowledge will make sure that all these cases are covered, by the exceptions provided by the Indian Code of Civil Procedure. They deal with conclusiveness of a foreign judgment.