Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
We offer legal matrimonial services for court marriage, online marriage, nikah online and Nikah khawan for traditional marriages in Karachi
Yes, court marriage is 100% legal in Pakistan as the constitution of Pakistan allows every citizen to choose their life partners freely, as a fundamental human right. According to the Muslim Family Law Ordinance 1961, every individual is free to select his/her life partner.
1- The couple have to arrive at our office at the set time.
2- Before Nikah, the bride will sign an Affidavit of free will for Nikah, without any pressure, Justice of Peace will attest it.
3- After reciting some Ayaat of Holy Quran, nikah will be solemnized by the Nikah Khawan as per the Islamic tradition.
4- This is so simple. Court Marriage is done within 15 minutes.
Without a lawyer’s professional help, people can misguide you and will make the short procedure long just to make more money out of your pocket. Right Law Associates will help you with proper guidance and will make the court marriage possible in a very short time with normal fee charges.
The couple who wants to get married must have a valid CNIC, B Form, or the certification of matriculation indicating their age of 18 years or more. In the case of Online Marriage, if one of the partners is living aboard, then his/her passport is required. Two marriage witnesses and a passport size of both bride and groom must be required. Free will affidavit from the bride’s side is compulsory. In the case of the second marriage of the bride, a valid divorce certificate or death certificate of her deceased husband is obligatory. In the case of the second marriage of the groom, permission from the first wife or from the Arbitration council is a requisite.
Yes, court marriage is valid as per Islamic Shari’a. The majority Islamic Fiqh Hanafia (Sunni) recognize court marriage even without a Wali of the girl/woman.
For the court marriage, couples must have a valid National Identification Card or Passport (if foreigner), or may present a Matriculation Certificate or Form ‘B’as proof of age, if no National Identification Card or Passport is available. Two witnesses are required to witness the marriage. Six photographs of bride and groom in passport size are required for the Nikah Nama copies and Affidavit of free-will.
The minimum required age for marriage in Pakistan is 18 years for men and 16 years for women, according to Pakistani Law.
1- CNIC copies of the bride and the groom.
2- In case, you do not have a CNIC, then we need a B Form or any other educational document like a matriculation certificate to use as evidence of your age.
3- CNIC copies of two witnesses. In case, you do not have witnesses, then we will arrange witnesses for you.
4- In the case of a second marriage, you need to submit the Divorce or Death Certificate of your ex spouse. If your 1st wife is alive, a permission letter from her, duly attested by the Union Council is required for the second marriage.
5- An Affidavit of the bride as evidence of her Free Will and consent (we will draft the affidavit for you).
You will receive the following documents as evidence for your legal and official marriage:
1- Registered two copies of the Nikah Nama
2- Registered Affidavit of Free Will of the bride.
3. Nadra Marriage Certificate issued from Union Council (on additional fee)
The normal court marriage fee in Pakistan is more than Rs. 25000 to 50,000.
In Pakistan, various legal services charge their fee as per their expertise, experience and fame. Generally, the court marriage cost/fee ranges from Rs15000 to Rs25000 in Pakistan.
You can do court marriage by providing us copies of National Identity Cards of bride and groom to confirm the age of 18 of both partners, six copies of passport size pictures with light color background.