Matrimonial Law Consultation – Free Online Consultation

We are providing free online Matrimonial law consultation to our clients.

We are among the fastest growing and top Matrimonial lawyers.

We provide free online Matrimonial law consultation and represent the clients in court of law as Matrimonial law lawyer.

We have robust team of Matrimonial law lawyers which assist and represent clients in various courts of law, including Delhi District Courts, District courts in NCR region, High Courts and Supreme Court of India

How we can be contacted for Matrimonial law consultation?

– Fixing an online appointment. Telephonic or video conferencing

– Email.

– Call : 9811899279

– Whatsapp message

– Instant chat

– Contact us form : Appearing below

What legal services we provide as Matrimonial lawyer?

As a Matrimonial lawyer, among others, we provide following legal services :

– Free Online Matrimonial Law Consultation

– Free Online Matrimonial Laws case evaluation

Free Online Divorce Consultation

– Free Online Divorce case evaluation

– Representing clients in Matrimonial & Family law matters in courts.

Why do clients choose us for Matrimonial law consultation?

-Fair and impartial views

-Best legal advise

Issues may be complex. It is imperative to listen to the client.

We give ear. We understand the issue, weigh them on legal parameters, and come out with a practical solution.

-Proper paper work or documentation

-Effective legal services in Family and matrimonial related law suit

-Honouring Client’s Trust

Client has issues. He does not have the solution. He may not have the vision which goes to the solution.

Trust is bestowed upon a professional by the client to give him a solution in his best interest. To give him that clear vision that goes to the solution.

We honour that trust.


The client shares his issues with a professional. Such issues may contain non -public or confidential information of the client.

We honour the confidentiality of the client.

Matrimonial laws in India

Hindu Marriage Act, 1995

Divorce Act, 1869

Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Divorce) Act, 1986

Dissolution of Muslim Marriages Act, 1939

Special Marriage Act, 1954