Family Law

Family Law’ refers to the set of legal rules which are in practice in India with regards to family’ issues marriage, divorce and inheritance, etc. Family law is an area of the law, which deals with family-related issues such as marriage, civil unions, domestic partnerships, adoption, annulment, surrogacy, child abuse, divorce, property settlements, alimony and parental responsibility. Family law is the term applied to the rules and laws developed regarding family relationships. Our attorneys are skilled in handling the myriad of issues facing families in India & across the globe. Traditionally, family law and adoption services have been the mainstays of smaller boutique law firms, but our clients have discovered there are major advantages in seeking counsel on these issues from a firm such as Singhania & Co. LLP. Our fees are competitive, our resources in areas such as tax, business and international law outweigh those of smaller single-practice firms and our network of offices gives us the capability of assisting clients throughout our experienced team. This translates into a superior level of service and efficiency for our customers in all aspects of their individual family law and adoption matters. We provide advice to assist global clients with:

Private Adoptions:

  • Direct placement.
  • Traditional agency.
  • Stepparent.
  • Intrafamily.
  • Pre- and Post-Adoption Counsel.
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