COURT MARRIAGES ARE MANAGED BY SPECIALIZED COURT MARRIAGE LAWYER
Court Marriage, Civil Matrimony & Courthouse Wedding in Pakistan’s cities Karachi & Islamabad. Civil marriage is a sort of court marriage. Court marriages in Pakistan are now common. Court marriages in Pakistan are now very common. Couples who wish to conduct a court marriage, usually find a court marriage lawyer and the lawyer manages the court marriage process.
COURT MARRIAGE IS THE LEGAL MATRIMONIAL UNION OF A COUPLE
Court marriage, like traditional marriage, refers to the legal matrimonial union of a man and a woman. Their Nikah is usually solemnized in front of a Nikah Registrar, a lawyer, or a Justice of Peace/Magistrate.
COMMON REASONS FOR GROWING NUMBERS OF COURT MARRIAGE
Those who enter into a court marriage either failed to obtain the permission of their parents or were concerned about not being able to marry one another. In such cases, they prefer to do a courthouse wedding.
NIKAH NAMA FOR THE COURT MARRIAGE WILL BE REGISTERED BY THE OFFICIAL NIKAH REGISTRAR
Regarding the legality of the court marriage/civil marriage, the Nikah Nama (Marriage Contract) is registered and issued by the Nikah Registrar of the locality, not by the court. Urdu Nikah Nama is registered and issued by the Nikah Registrar, not by any court, and the Marriage Certificate is issued by the Union Council/TMA/Cantonment Board or (in Islamabad) by the Arbitrary Council.
You can have a Nikah solemnize for as low as Rs.15,000 to Rs.25,000 only if you contact us at our offices in Karachi, Islamabad, Rawalpindi or Lahore. However, in Karachi, some lawyers charge much more fees for their service. Our packages include:
You can contact us to arrange a qualified Nikah Khawan (Molvi) for your civil wedding ceremony, which can be at your location (for additional charges) or ours at a pre-determined time. Each of our Nikah Khawans is a registered Nikah Khawan.
A court marriage is an option for people who cannot afford to spend thousands of rupees on marriage festivities; because the court marriage involves only a few simple steps.
Furthermore, you should be aware that no act of law, ordinance, rule, or schedule in Pakistani law describes the meaning of the word “Court Marriage.”. Court marriages are solemnized by the Nikah Khawans and lawyers and recognized and ratified by courts.
There is no restriction on any citizen, getting married to one’s opposite sex under the Muslim Family Laws Ordinance, 1961 in West Pakistan. Those individuals whose marriages have been done at adult age or who wish to get married under the law can rely on the Pakistani courts to protect their rights.
Many social reactions and behaviors most of us commonly observe in our day-to-day lives have contributed to tremendous mental stress when a couple wants or applies for a court marriage. There is also a lack of correct information about court marriage in Pakistan for couples who decide to walk into legal channels to get united.
There is a constitutional right to choose someone to marry in Pakistan. Court marriage procedures are very simple in Pakistan. There are a few requirements for couples to fulfill:
We process the Nikah Nama for registration after the civil wedding/court marriage. Additionally, the Union Council issues NADRA marriage certificates. Besides translating into Arabic, English, Dutch, Spanish, German, etc., we also provide translation in other languages.
COURT MARRIAGE FEE & COST
The court marriage fees in Pakistan are not specific. The amount you have to pay depends on the services and expertise a seasoned lawyer is required to provide, as well as your location and where you want your documents delivered once registered. After this due process, you will receive a Nikah Nama (marriage contract), (and if you require a NADRA marriage certificate, you have to pay an additional fee). However, A nikah nama is sufficient proof of your marriage.
ONLINE MARRIAGE/NIKAH SERVICE FOR OVERSEAS PAKISTANIS
If you are interested in getting online marriage services, you may call us to discuss your matter confidentially. Our sole policy is to keep your personal information private. The information about our clients is kept confidential. We guarantee that we will help you effectively. Additionally, we assist with online marriages throughout the world. Affordably priced legal services are provided by our firm. Civil marriages are performed by our attorneys in Karachi, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, and Lahore.
Births, Deaths and Marriages Registration Act, 1886
Foreign Marriage Act, 1903
Child Marriage Restraint Act, 1929
Muslim Family Laws Ordinance, 1964
Rules under Muslim Family Laws Ordinance, 1965
Conciliation Courts (West Pakistan Amendment) Act, 1969
Child Marriage Restraint (Punjab Amendment) Ordinance, 1971
The Azad Jammu and Kashmir Family Courts Act, 1993
Hindu Widows’ Remarriage Act, 1856
Christian Marriage Act, 1872
Hindu Marriage Disabilities Removal Act, 1946
Hindu Married Women’s Right to Separate Residence and Maintenance Act, 1946
The Hindu Marriage Act, 2017