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Civil Litigation


Civil litigation is the process in which civil matters are resolved in a court of law. Civil matters can be described as situations dealing with relationships between people, such as a marriage, Property or a contract dispute. Civil litigation is a private lawsuit between two parties.


Civil Law

  • Litigation and Property Recovery
  • Property Succession and Inheritance
  • Power of Attorney and Wills & Probate

 Real Estate Law

  •  All types of Real Estate Property Transactions and Disputes
  • Document Review and Title Search
  • Financial Transactions with Banks
  • Landlord-Tenant Issues
  • Agricultural Land and Farm House Issues

Family Law

  • Hindu Marriage act, Muslim law, and Special marriage act
  • Divorce, Alimony, Child Custody, and Child Support
  • Adoption

Criminal Litigation

Criminal litigation refers to a trial in Criminal Court. It is more serious than Civil Litigation. Civil litigation is a private lawsuit between two parties while Criminal Litigation is litigation brought by the state against an individual.

 Criminal Law

  • Regular & Anticipatory Bail and FIR Quash
  • Cheating, Forgery and other related Criminal Offences
  • Section 498, Dowry, Harassment,  Domestic Violence
  • Cheque Dishonour
  • Police Harassment
  • Criminal appeals
  • IPR, Patent, Trademark violation cases
  • Criminal Defense


Commercial & Immigration

Commercial litigation is in general any type of legal controversy related to business issues. Law which governs business and commerce.

  • Breaches of contract
  • Class actions
  • Employment disputes
  • Business dissolution
  • Interference with business relationship
  • Disputes over non-compete clauses
  • Breach of fiduciary duty
  • Franchise issues
  • Shareholder issues
  • Partnership disputes
  • Debt collection

Business Law

  • Business Formation and Partnership Agreements & Deeds
  • Financial Transactions with Banks and Money Recovery Issues

 Immigration Law

  • Port of entry
  • Passport issues
  • PIO and OCI issues
  • Lawsuits and Litigation related to Disputes
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