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Nabi Buksh Law Concern Faisalabad

Christian Marriage and Christian Divorce Faisalabad

We as Nabi Buksh Law Concern deal all kinds of family cases which are filed in the family courts in original jurisdiction, its appeals and constitutional Petitions in the High Court against the impugned order or judgment. As we are in a multinational country therefore we cover all laws of Family Court related Muslims, Christian, Hindus, Parsi and other religion law about their marriage, Divorce, child custody and inheritance matter etc. Difference kind of agreements, settlements, child issues, property matter and legitimacy matters. We cover these matters:-

Christian Marriage

It is normal court marriage for us, both the parties (male & female) need to be present in our office/court with documents of identification, need to be internal cousins, our COURT MARRIAGE FAISALABAD page can help a lot.

Christian Divorce
Christian divorce is regularized under Christian Divorce Act 1869. Under Christian law either party has no right to pronounce divorce upon other party like Muslim Family Law. Only court has power to declare the marriage null and void or grant judicial separation or dissolve the marriage between the spouses. Therefore, for dissolution of Marriage either party has to file the Civil Petition before the Civil Judge. Under section 10 of the Divorce Act 1869 husband may file petition for the dissolution of Marriage to the civil judge by filing civil petition praying that his marriage may be dissolve on the ground that his wife has since the solemnization thereof been guilty of adultery. And if wife want to dissolve her marriage she will also file the civil petition before civil judge praying that her marriage may be dissolve on the ground that his husband since the solemnization thereof exchanged his profession of Christianity for the profession of some other religion, and gone through a form of marriage with other woman. Or guilty of incestuous adultery Or bigamy with adultery Or marriage with another woman with adultery Or rap, sodomy or bestiality Or adultery coupled with such cruelty as without adultery would have entitled her to divorce a mensa et toro Or adultery coupled with desertion without reasonable excuse for two years or upward. Other way of separation is to declare the marriage null and void. The court can declare the marriage null and void under section 18 of the Divorce Act 1869. The grounds for nullity of marriage are mentioned in section 19 of the Divorce Act which is as under:-

1. That the respondent was impotent at the time of marriage and at the time of institution of suit.

2. That the parties are within the prohibited decrees of Consanguinity (whether natural or legal) or affinity.

3. That either party was a lunatic or idiot at the time of marriage.

4. That former husband or wife of either party was living at the time of marriage, and the marriage with such former husband or wife was then enforce. There are no other ground in law for the dissolution of Marriage or declaring the marriage null and void except the above.

5. Here is worth mentioning here that Christian Divorce need nothing to prove in the court according to new citation of apex court, only one party need to file a case and follow the routine procedure of Family court accordingly.

We as Nabi Buksh Law Concern usually deal in following Family Court Cases

1- Christian judicial separation and Divorce

2- Inheritance share in the property

3- Maintenance of wife and children

4- Child Marriage Restriction Laws

5- International Law of Marriage

6- Hindu Marriage and Separation

7- Muslim Marriage and Divorce

8- Recovery of Dower Amount

9- Court Marriage of all religions

10- Recovery of Dowry Articles

11- Appointment of Guardianship of minor property

12- Dissolution of Marriage

13- Letter of Administration

14- Succession Certificate

15- Jactitation of Marriage

16- Hindu widows Rights

17- Will and Probate

18- Child Adoption

19- Guardianship

20- Alimony

21- Khula Regarding Muslim Marriage

22- Child Custody

23- Conjugal Rights

24- Miscellaneous Applications

You can Contact US in various manners