Family law in India is a complex cluster of various legislations enacted by the Parliament keeping in mind the socio-cultural ambience in the country. Because of the lack of uniform civil code and the presence of diverse cultures and religions in the country, family law in India is a subject which includes the personal laws applicable to Hindus, Muslims, Parsis and Christians. It is an area of law which relates to the legal issues involved in marriage, divorce, child custody, maintenance, adoption, wills and succession among others.
Out of 70350 cases filed in the Supreme Court in the year 2008, a large number of these cases related to matters pertaining to family law. Such cases continue for atrocious periods of time, ranging from 7 years to 30 years. In such a scenario, expert legal advice is pertinent to deal with the legal aspects in an efficient and expedient manner.
Taneja Law Office, Delhi has an experience of over three decades dealing with issues covered under The Hindu Marriage Act, 1955; Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961, The Guardians and Wards Act, 1890; The Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act, 1956; The Special Marriage Act, 1934; The Hindu Succession Act, 1956; The Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act, 1956; Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005 among others.
We are equally competent to handle matters on original and appellate side to achieve excellent results for our clients.
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