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Law Firms Specializing in Divorce & Khula

Family Law Firm of Divorce Lawyers in Karachi, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Pakistan. Divorce Law Firm’s Family & Divorce Lawyers for Talaq/Khula are specialized in divorce law.

With a focus on divorce and family law cases, we are a family law firm. Our divorce lawyers are among the best in Karachi, Islamabad, and Rawalpindi. Our team of expert lawyers will help you get the divorce or khula or talaq you deserve from your spouse. Since 1985, we have helped thousands of divorced people navigate their divorce proceedings successfully.

We provide Family & Divorce Lawyers dedicated to providing trusted Legal Services to individuals facing Divorce (Talaq), Khula, Child Custody, and Maintenance Issues

We understand that families experience a lot of stress, and when the family isn’t happy, it can cause significant problems. Perhaps it’s time to consider hiring an attorney to help you make decisions about your family’s future. With the help of our family & divorce lawyers, our clients face legal challenges concerning divorce (talaq), khula, child custody, maintenance, and support. It is important to us that your family has a stable and prosperous future, just as it is for you.

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Families naturally want the best for their members. Our family law firm wants the same for yours.

Our family & divorce law firm values family. Families are important to us, and they should be important to you as well. Divorce can be stressful for both parents and children. During this difficult time in a family’s life, our attorneys are committed to helping them find the best solutions. Families should be kept together whenever possible, but we also know it is sometimes necessary for a parent or child to move forward in an amicable manner without the other parent interfering or causing problems for them after separation or divorce.

Our experience includes all types of situations involving children ages 0-17, including:

  • Disputes over custody
  • Support issues for children
  • Maintenance for the spouse
  • The divorce process
  • Marriage dissolution
  • Khula dissolution of marriage

Sometimes, the people you love don't always care about what's best for you. An attorney may be able to help you protect your rights and interests if this happens to you.

Sadly, sometimes the people you love don’t always care about what’s best for you. It might be time to contact an attorney in order to protect your rights and interests when this happens.

An experienced divorce attorney can help ensure that all matters are handled in a professional manner from beginning to end so that you can reach a fair resolution or achieve a successful solution.

Our attorneys have helped families resolve complex disagreements involving divorce, child custody, and support. Working with our client’s goals in mind, we strive to find successful solutions.

Our firm specializes in divorce and family law. We have helped many families resolve complex disagreements involving divorce, child custody and support, and other family legal matters. Our team works closely with our clients to find successful solutions.

Your family will benefit from our experience, resources, and commitment to achieving an equitable outcome.

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Our approach to each client is based on integrity, advocacy, and understanding. Our fight is for you!

In addition to divorce, alimony and child support, paternity/parentage, domestic violence, and abuse, our family law firm offer a full array of legal services. Since we focus on integrity, advocacy, and understanding for each client, we have a reputation for excellence. Our fight is for you!

We have decades of experience handling divorce and separation cases where spouses are unable to agree on the terms. You can make informed decisions about what’s right for your future with our clear advice about all aspects of your case, whether it involves property division or spousal support (formerly known as alimony).

We understand how crucial it is for clients to feel comfortable working with their attorneys that’s why we believe that establishing trust early on is essential. Before providing any legal advice or drafting documents related to your situation, our lawyers will meet with you personally at no charge. We strive to provide professional services without sacrificing personal attention. Feel free to contact us if there’s anything else we can do for you along the way-from answering questions about our fees to providing information about local resources.

Lawyers at our firm work tirelessly to provide legal services that are trusted and reliable.

We will be relentless in our pursuit of your best interests if you hire us. Our firm is committed to ensuring that all of our clients understand their rights and responsibilities, as well as the possible outcomes of their cases.

In order to ensure that you receive the best possible outcome in your case, we will work tirelessly on your behalf; however, we won’t lie to you about what can realistically be achieved. Before proceeding with an appeal, we’ll tell you if it won’t result in anything. If a divorce lawyer requires Rs.100,000 upfront when another might ask for less or nothing at all, we’ll explain why-and if necessary, refer clients elsewhere rather than take advantage of them.

Feel free to speak up if you notice any weaknesses in how we approach cases (or any aspect of them). It is important to us that our clients’ experiences working with us during their legal struggles are always positive, regardless of whether those struggles involve divorce or criminal defence.

Our clients find us to be trustworthy, compassionate and committed to serving their best interests.

Clients find us trustworthy, compassionate and committed to their best interests. Our reputation is built on providing our clients with the highest quality legal services in a timely manner. Please contact us if you need help with family law matters or would like more information about our firm.

Divorce | Meaning of Divorce | Procedure of Divorce | Court Divorce

Divorce, the meaning of divorce, the divorce procedure, and divorce through the family court are all discussed in this article. Khula & Talaq Lawyers in Pakistan will help you with your divorce or Khula matter and all other family disputes, such as child custody, child’s maintenance, return of dowry articles, and recovery of dower amounts.

The Divorce Process: What Is It?

In the law of a particular country, a divorce is the legal termination of a marriage, the cancellation or reorganization of legal duties and responsibilities of marriage, dissolving the bonds of matrimony between a married couple. Monogamy is required by law in most countries, so there can only be one spouse at a time. Marriage annulment, which declares that the marriage never existed, should not be confused with divorce.

Islam’s view of Divorce

In Islam, divorce is a legal process. According to Allah, it is one of the most hated permissible acts. By repudiating his marriage three times at once or pronouncing it once and waiting three months before pronouncing it again, a man may divorce his wife.  After he divorces his wife, she must wait for three menstrual cycles before remarrying.

If a man divorces his wife by repudiating the marriage thrice, he is not allowed to remarry unless he first marries another woman, consummates the marriage, and then divorces her before remarrying his original wife. Halala is the name given to this law.

Divorce in Islam: The Process

“Talaq” is the Islamic term for divorce. Urdu pronounces it “Talaaq”. Talaaq means “freeing or undoing a knot”. Divorce is freeing or undoing the knot of marriage.

Traditionally, divorce occurs when a husband divorces his wife, or when a wife seeks khula from her husband, in which case the divorce is initiated by the wife.

Below is the procedure for both types of divorce (by a husband or by a wife):

Pakistani divorce through the Family Court

The Family Courts Act 1964 provides for the filing of a divorce petition under section 7. Within one year of the marriage, the petition must be filed in the district where the couple last resided together. Included in the petition should be:

  • Petitioner’s name and address
  • Divorce grounds
  • Respondent’s name, occupation, and address
  • As a result of this marriage, have any children been born

Divorce can be obtained through the West Pakistan Family Courts Act 1964. Courts can grant divorce decrees after 90 days from the date the other spouse is served with notice of divorce. 

Mutual Consent Divorce:

Marriage can be dissolved by mutual consent by husband and wife at any time after marriage. Section 10(B) of the Muslim Family Laws Ordinance, 1961, specifies that there is a chance for reconciliation between them if they meet certain conditions. Depending on the circumstances, courts may dismiss such applications or refer them to mediation centres or expert counsellors.

The offices of our Family Lawyers and Divorce Lawyers are located in Karachi, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, and Lahore, Pakistan.

The offices of our Divorce Law Firm are located in Karachi, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, and Lahore, Pakistan. With our Divorce Law Firm’s Family & Divorce Lawyers, you can get help with your divorce case. Our firm specializes in family law and divorce cases. Our team of lawyers can handle your case with ease and help you achieve the best results.

We are a highly regarded divorce law firm that has helped many families through difficult times. Our firm has been helping people through divorce for over 37 years now. Having extensive experience in this field, our lawyers know what they’re doing when it comes to handling your case and getting you the best results!

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Islam and Divorce

The Divorce must be Reconsidered

In Islam, divorce is known as talaq. In Islam, divorce or talaq should be the last option. It is strongly advised that both husband and wife exhaust other alternatives (at least four attempts) before the divorce takes place. In Islamic Law, divorce or talaq that is not performed properly may cause complications and disparities for both husband and wife. 

Divorce can be granted solely to men

Marriage is regarded as a legal contract in Islamic Jurisprudence. Marriages can be dissolved unilaterally by a man without an arbiter. As The Prophet (p.b.u.h.) said, “The man has the right to choose divorce”.

According to Islam, divorce is a very straightforward, fair, and simple process

In terms of the divorce, Islamic law is very clear, fair, and simple. ‘Talaq’ must be pronounced three times by the husband. It can be done in several ways. As per Pakistani family law, divorce by three pronouncements in one sitting is illegal. However, there are six other ways to pronounce Talaq that are even better.

Islam discourages divorce

Divorce (talaq) is forbidden in Islam. According to Muslims, it is permissible under certain circumstances. Generally, Muslims are allowed to remarry if necessary. A marriage is a union between two people who decide to live together for the rest of their lives. According to Islamic law, divorce (talaq or Khula) ends a marriage.

Divorce and Family Law Firm Information

Divorce Law Firm, headed by Madam Farah Kulsoom, Senior Family & Divorce Lawyer, has offices in Karachi, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, and Lahore. Talaq and Khula Lawyers at our Divorce Law Firm are known for their specialized practice in Divorce Law.

Divorce Lawyers in Karachi, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Lahore and all over Pakistan are the best. They know how to handle divorce cases well. Divorce cases are very complex and sensitive. A good result is very important to you, so you cannot trust anyone with your case. 

Our well-experienced family lawyers at Divorce & Family Law Firm, a member of Pakistan Legal Forum, specialize in divorce and Khula.

Islam's concept of khula

A marriage can be dissolved by Khula 

The Khula procedure allows a wife to dissolve her marriage with or without the consent of her husband. Khula proceedings are actions in personam. Any status or family relation need not be adjudicated upon or ascertained/determined by the Court, for example. There are several factors that determine whether the parties are married or not, whether the divorce has been granted, whether it has been effective, whether nikah was performed according to Sunnah or not, whether talaq is valid or not, etc. Even with the consent of her guardian, a wife cannot obtain dissolution by khula before attaining puberty.

Khula can be obtained in Pakistan in two ways;

By Mutual Consent, Khula:

The process involves both spouses agreeing to the separation and settling the settlement and maintenance issues. Khula becomes very easy in this situation since you don’t need a lawyer.

Khula without the husband’s consent:

As a result, the wife must file a divorce suit against her husband in Family Court, as he is seeking Khula. Some grounds are acceptable to courts for khula;

In the event that the husband fails to provide the subsistence allowance.

If a husband fails to fulfill his marital obligations.

Our law firm offers comprehensive legal services on a variety of Family Law matters, including Divorce (Talaq), Khula, Child Custody, Child Maintenance, Child Adoption, Dower Money Recovery and Inheritance of Property.

Our Divorce & Family Law Firm has its own family lawyers working in its Divorce & Family Section, with offices in Karachi, Lahore, and Islamabad. We are dedicated to providing quality family law services to our clients. Our law firm provides comprehensive legal services on a wide variety of family law matters including divorce (talaq), khula, child custody, child maintenance, child adoption, recovery of dower money and dower articles, and inheritance.

Divorce Help: Do You Need It?

This is the right place for you if you’re going through a divorce and need help with your case. Our Divorce Law Firm’s Family and Divorce Lawyers in Talaq & Khula have a lot of experience with cases like yours and will be able to provide you with top-notch representation. While divorce can be an emotional time for both parties involved, we strive to make sure that our clients feel comfortable throughout the entire process so that they can concentrate on what matters most: their children.

Talaq & Khula Divorce Lawyers are ready to handle your case!

Definition of Khula:

Khula is a form of talaq, the process of getting divorced from a husband. The husband is responsible for all expenses and education of the children following a divorce.

Islam’s Divorce Procedure is as follows:

There are different Fiqas of Islam regarding divorce (Talaq).

  • Divorce proceedings (Talaq) are not required to be witnessed by Sunni Muslims. Divorce must be declared three times by the husband within one month of each other.
  • To end a Shia marriage, two witnesses must sign the Divorce Deed. At least three months must pass during the waiting period (Iddat).
  • By bringing a family suit for “khula”, a woman can initiate divorce proceedings in a family court with territorial jurisdiction. It is necessary for the woman to wait in order to ensure that she is not pregnant.
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