Online Marriage

Online Nikah/Online Marriage Family Lawyers in Islamabad/Karachi/Lahore/Rawalpindi

Online Nikah, Online Marriage Expert Family Lawyers in Islamabad, Karachi and Lahore as well as other family legal matters like Talaq (Divorce), Khula, Child Custody, Child Adoption, Child Maintenance, etc.

Online Nikah/Online Marriage Family Lawyers in Islamabad/Karachi/Lahore/Rawalpindi: Online Nikah, Online Marriage  & Court Marriage is our specialty as we are an expert group of Family Lawyers. We are also specialized in Matrimonial and Divorce laws, practicing in Pakistan’s major cities. Court marriages, civil marriages, traditional weddings, love marriages, online marriages, and online nikahs are included in our services.

Our services include Online Nikah For Muslims, Online Marriage, Court Marriage, Civil Marriage, Love Marriage, Traditional Marriages and Family Arranged Marriage BUT WE HATE FORCED MARRIAGES

Among our services are Online Marriage, Court Marriage, Civil Marriage, Love Marriage, Traditional Marriages, and Family Arranged Marriages, but we hate forced marriages.

Court Marriage: We are the lawyers who offer the best service in court marriage. Our services include drafting of Nikahnama and other marriage documents and filing for NADRA Marriage Certificate  with the Union Council.

Civil Marriage: We also provide civil marriages and wedding ceremonies as per your requirements. You can book our services online from anywhere in Pakistan where we have authorized offices to perform these legal procedures.

Traditional Weddings: If you prefer traditional weddings over other options, then we will assist you in performing this ceremony according to your needs and preferences. Our Nikah Khawan can reach you to perform Islami Shara’i Nikah.

Love Marriages: If you want to get married but do not have time or patience to go through all the processes involved in getting married legally, then love marriages are the perfect option for you! You just have to fill up a form, upload some documents along with payment details on our website and we’ll take care of the rest of the things!

Court marriage

If you want to get married in Pakistan, you will need to obtain a marriage license. A court marriage is also known as a civil marriage. A court marriage can be conducted at either a court or at a registry office.

Valima Ceremony: The ceremony itself is very similar to any other wedding ceremony and usually lasts about 30–45 minutes with a maximum of 50 guests in attendance. After the ceremony there may be an informal reception (if you order for) held immediately following the wedding that lasts around 30–60 minutes before everyone departs for home or accommodations nearby where they will spend their first night together as husband and wife. Please note that this Valima ceremony can be arrange by our Islamabad office, because in our building, there is a very beautiful roop-top restaurant, where the inexpensive valima and other ceremonies can be conducted.

Civil marriage

Civil marriage is a marriage contracted by two persons who are not married to each other at the time of the marriage, but who intend to marry each other in the future. In order for a civil marriage to take place, both parties must be present at an known location. Law of Islamabad and Sindh province require both parties to be 18 years old; however, exceptions may apply in other provinces. A civil ceremony will not change your religious affiliation.

Traditional Matrimonies

A traditional Pakistani wedding is an important event that celebrates the union of two people. It’s not just for the bride, but also for the groom. The ceremony is not only a celebration of marriage  between two individuals, but also a family affair.

Traditional weddings are very popular in Pakistan, where they take place on weekends and holidays.

Courthouse Weddings

Most of us are familiar with the traditional wedding ceremony. You probably have attended one or two in your lifetime. However, if your budget is tight and you want to skip the pomp and circumstance of a traditional wedding, then consider getting married at a courthouse. A courthouse wedding may be exactly what you’re looking for.

Courthouse weddings are legal and can be performed by attorneys/vakeels who have been appointed to officiate these services. They’re simple, quick and affordable! If you’d like something more elaborate than an ordinary courthouse wedding but don’t want something as elaborate as what most people expect from a marriage ceremony, then this option might be right up your alley! Some counties even offer free services for those who cannot afford any other way out there so don’t worry about having no money during these trying times anymore!

You’ll need:

  • two witnesses over 18 years old (or older). These people must be Muslim and sane (if the marrying couple is Muslim or at leasr the bridegroom is a Muslim.

Love marriage

A love marriage is a marriage based on mutual consent of the bride and groom. In this type of relationship, both parties are not forced to get married with each other by their parents or other family members. Instead, they choose their own spouse after getting to know each other and developing feelings for one another over time.

A love marriage can be defined as one in which the two partners love each other and feel comfortable living together as husband and wife from the moment they decide to tie the knot.

Online marriage

Online marriage is a concept of marriage where the bride and groom meet online or offline, fall in love and get married. However, in most of the cases, when the bride and grommare in far away countries or cities, online marriage and online Nikah is a cost effective and easy solution.

Online Nikah

Online Nikah is a new way of performing nikah that can be conduct on internet video call or on telephone. As per Muslim Sharia, Nikah can be solemnized through an attorney or Vakil of the bride or groom or of both.. This service is available on our website and consists of following steps:

Islam has given both men and women complete freedom to choose their prospective spouses for matrimonial alliance. It has allowed them to meet each other, to know each other, to establish love and trust between them taking into account compatibility of family backgrounds, economic standing, social status, education, physical attraction and beauty, etc. The basic point is that both parties must consent to a marriage for it to be valid in Islam.

Marriage is a contract between two parties. The consent of both the parties is necessary for the validity of marriage. There are certain conditions which must be fulfilled by both parties in order to get married. These conditions are mentioned in Islamic law and they are called “Ijab” and “Qubul”.

A marriage may take place by mutual consent or as a result of an offer made by one party (proposal). In either case, it must be backed up by acceptance on the part of both parties after due consideration, otherwise it will not be valid in Islam.

What can we do for you?

We are a group of Family Lawyers specialized in Matrimonial and Divorce laws, practicing in Pakistan’s major cities, Karachi, Islamabad and Lahore. Our services include Court marriage,  Civil marriage, Traditional weddings, Love marriage, and Online marriage with Online Nikah. You can contact us through WhatsApp 25/7, from anywhere in the world.