Family Law

Family Law

Family laws in India are different when Warren Hastings in 1772 created provisions prescribing Hindu law for Hindus and Islamic law for Muslims, for litigation relating to personal matters. However, after independence, efforts have been made to modernize various aspects of personal law and bring about uniformity among various religions. Recent reform has affected custody and guardianship laws, adoption laws, succession law and laws concerning domestic violence and child marriage.

We at Sharma and Sharma Legal Solutions deal with all the aspects of Family law such as

  1.   Succession and heir-ship.
  2.   Inheritance and partition.
  3.   Stridhan and property acquired by a woman.
  4.   Partition, reunion and coparcenary.
  5.   Gifts and wills.
  6.   Marriage, nullity of marriage and divorce.
  7.   Adoption and maintenance.
  8.   Minority and guardianship.
  9.   Benami transactions.
  10.   Domestic violence.
  11.  Gains of learning.