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HIRE BEST DIVORCE LAWYER IN DELHI, NOIDA

A.P Singh is one of the best lawyer in Delhi, Noida who advises and represent his clients on various aspects of rights and remedies under the Special Marriage Act, Succession Act, and laws of Hindus, Muslims, Christians, Parsis in regard to divorce, alimony, maintenance, inheritance, custody, and guardianship of children. The  A.P Singh is known for dealing with vexed divorce disputes fairly, often advocating amicable resolution among warring couples.

CRIMINAL LITIGATION IN  FAMILY CASES

  • F.I.R under Dowry Prohibition Act,1961.

  • Case under the protection of women from Domestic Violence Act,2005.

  • Application of anticipatory bail, interim bail, and regular Bail

  • Seek Maintenance under Section 125 CRPC.

  • First information report under section 498A including various sections of Indian penal Code,1860, and guidance to appear before CAW cell.

  • F.I.R quashing before Hon'ble High Court.

  •  Charge sheet quashing before Hon'ble High Court.

CIVIL SIDE IN  FAMILY CASES

  • Petition under Section 13 of Hindu Marriage Act,2005 for contested divorce on grounds such as cruelty, adultery, desertion of more then two years, conversion to another religion, mental disorder.

  • Petition under Section 9 of Hindu Marriage Act,2005

  • Petition under Section 11 of Hindu marriage Act to declare marriage as Null and void on various grounds.

  • Mutual consent petition for divorce under section 28 of Special Marriage Act,1954.

  • Mutual consent petition for divorce under section 13B of Hindu Marriage Act,2005.

  • Application under Section 26 of Hindu Marriage Act,2005 seeking custody of Children.

  • Application under Section 24 of Hindu Marriage Act,2005 seeking maintenance pendente lite and expenses of proceedings.

  • Application under Section 25 of Hindu Marriage Act,2005 seeking permanent maintenance and maintenance.

  • Petition under Section 27 of Special Marriage Act,1954 for contested divorce on grounds such as cruelty, adultery, desertion of more then two years, conversion to another religion, mental disorder.

  • Seeking custody and visitation rights under Guardianship and Ward Act ,1890.