Hamara Qanoon

Hamara Qanoon

Family Lawyer in Rawalpindi and Islamabad

Family Law Services
Protecting Your Rights and Resolving Family Matters

Experienced Family Lawyer Services in Rawalpindi and Islamabad

Hamara Qanoon is a renowned law firm that specializes in providing exceptional Family Lawyer services in Rawalpindi and Islamabad, Pakistan. Our team of highly professional family lawyers offers a wide range of services to cater to your needs.

Khula Procedure in Rawalpindi and Islamabad

At Hamara Qanoon, we handle Khula Matters in Rawalpindi district family courts, including Kahuta, Kala Syedan, and Taila. To initiate the Khula process, we require the plaintiff’s (wife’s) CNIC and a copy of the Nikah Nama. We will file a Khula suit in the Rawalpindi Family court, and upon completion of the legal proceedings, a court decree dissolving the marriage on the basis of Khula will be issued. We prioritize your privacy, so feel free to contact us without hesitation.

Restitution of Conjugal Rights Suit Procedure in Rawalpindi & Islamabad

If your wife is unwilling to fulfill her matrimonial responsibilities and is not living with you, our experienced team can assist you. Simply provide us with your CNIC and a copy of the Nikah Nama, and we will file a suit for the restitution of conjugal rights in the Family Court of Rawalpindi & Islamabad.

Child Custody Maintenance Procedure in Rawalpindi & Islamabad

Hamara Qanoon is the leading law firm for Child Custody matters in Rawalpindi and Islamabad. If you are facing child custody and maintenance-related issues, please get in touch with us. We require the CNIC of the guardian (mother or father) and a Form B. Additionally, please provide us with supporting documents such as expense receipts, medical bills (if any), and school fee deposit details. It’s important to note that the father is responsible for paying child maintenance according to his capacity.

Child Meeting Visitation Rights Procedure in Rawalpindi & Islamabad

Hamara Qanoon can help you file a suit regarding Child Meeting Visitation Rights if you have minors residing within the jurisdiction of Rawalpindi or Islamabad. We believe in the equal meeting and visitation rights of parents.

Maintenance Dowry Articles Dower Claims Procedure

For any issues related to Maintenance Dowry Articles Dower Claims between spouses, Hamara Qanoon is the best law firm to approach. Please contact us with the necessary documents, including the Dowry article list with price details.

Guardian Certificate / Guardianship Procedure

The father is the natural guardian of minors, and obtaining a Guardian Certificate is not necessary during his lifetime. However, in special cases such as travel abroad with mutual consent, the mother can also obtain guardianship. After the father’s demise, the mother becomes the natural guardian. Hamara Qanoon can assist you with the process of obtaining a Guardian Certificate.

Court Marriage in Rawalpindi and Islamabad, Pakistan

If both the bride and groom are above 18 years of age and possess CNICs, you can rely on us for legal and Islamic marriage services. We will provide you with an Urdu Nikah Nama and NADRA marriage certificates. In case the bride’s statement is required, we also offer legal services in this regard.

Online Nikah Marriage in Rawalpindi and Islamabad, Pakistan

Hamara Qanoon offers Online Nikah services in rawalpindi and islamabad, Pakistan. Pakistani nationals need to provide their CNIC, while non-Pakistani nationals require their passports for Online Nikah Marriage Registration. Simply fill out the Online Nikah Form and contact us, and we will prepare the Urdu Nikah Nama, along with English or Arabic translations and NADRA marriage certificates. Additionally, we provide MOFA attestation services if required.

Family Lawyer Fees in Rawalpindi and Islamabad

Our legal fees vary depending on the nature of the claims and types of suits. In cases where the defendant is residing abroad, the fee structure may differ. Hamara Qanoon offers affordable fees for our valued clients. Needy individuals, widows, or orphans who are unable to pay the fees can also claim free legal services.

Feel free to reach out to Hamara Qanoon for all your family law needs in Rawalpindi and Islamabad, Pakistan. Our dedicated team is here to assist you.”

Family Law


Family law is a legal area that deals with matters related to family relationships, such as marriage, divorce, child custody, adoption, and inheritance. It encompasses the rights, responsibilities, and obligations of individuals within a family, as well as the legal processes and regulations governing these aspects.

In Pakistan, it is legally permissible for Muslim men to have up to four marriages concurrently, subject to fulfilling conditions of justice and financial responsibility. Polygamy is not mandatory but allowed in specific circumstances according to Islamic law.

The prerequisites for marriage typically include reaching the legal age of marriage, mutual consent of both parties, absence of any legal impediments such as existing marriages, and fulfilling any additional requirements stipulated by the applicable laws or religious customs in the respective jurisdiction.

After divorce in Pakistan, a wife may receive:

  1. Mehr: The agreed-upon amount in the marriage contract.
  2. Maintenance (Nafaqah): Financial support for a specified period.
  3. Child custody and division of matrimonial property may also be considered based on the applicable laws and circumstances.

The Commission on marriage and Family Laws in Pakistan does not exist. However, there are institutions like the Council of Islamic Ideology and National Commission on the Status of Women that deal with marriage and family-related matters in the country.

Khula is a legal Islamic process in Pakistan that allows a woman to seek a divorce from her husband through a court. It involves the wife requesting the dissolution of the marriage based on valid grounds recognized by Islamic law. The court assesses the circumstances and grants the khula if it deems it appropriate, ending the marital relationship.

Yes, a husband can refuse khula in Pakistan, but the court can grant it if valid grounds are presented by the wife. The court’s decision depends on the evidence and circumstances of the case.

In Pakistan, a wife has the right to seek divorce through options like Khula or Talaq-e-Tafweez, depending on the circumstances and laws in place.

In Islamic law, a husband required explicit permission from his first wife to enter into a second marriage. However, it is generally recommended to practice fairness, justice, and maintain open communication in marital relationships.

The main reasons for divorce in Pakistan can vary, but some common factors include incompatibility, communication problems, domestic violence, financial issues, infidelity, and lack of trust. It’s important to note that each case is unique, and the reasons for divorce can differ from one couple to another.

The specific documents required for divorce in Pakistan may vary depending on the circumstances and the legal process followed. Generally, the following documents are commonly required:

  1. Divorce application or petition
  2. Marriage certificate
  3. Proof of identification (such as national identity cards)
  4. Proof of residence
  5. Copies of any previous court orders or agreements related to the marriage
  6. Evidence or documentation supporting the grounds for divorce (if applicable)
  7. Financial documents, including details of assets, properties, and debts (if applicable)

Rules for family marriage vary, but many jurisdictions prohibit or restrict marriages between close blood relatives due to health risks and ethical concerns. These rules aim to prevent unions between siblings, parents and children, and sometimes cousins, to safeguard future offspring and societal norms. Local laws should be consulted to understand specific restrictions in each jurisdiction.

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