1. Why Women Won’t Leave Violent Partners In Matrimony?
  2. Uniform Format For Ascertaining Maintenance
  3. Conditions For A Valid Hindu Marriage
  4. Maintenance Laws In India
  5. Child Custody To The Father
  6. Child Custody Laws In India
  7. Supreme Court On Financial Assistance As Dowry
  8. Family Courts Should Be Given The Jurisdiction To Deal With Offences Relating To Marriages
  9. Divorce Under Muslim Law
  10. Divorce: A Matrimonial Relief [Contested Divorce]
  11. Divorce: Parts And Procedures [Mutual Divorce]
  12. Judicial Separation
  13. Marriage Registration Under Haryana Compulsory Registration Of Marriages Act, 2008
  14. Marriage Under The Special Marriage Act
  15. Marriage Among Muslims
  16. Court Marriage In India
  17. Hindu Marriage In India
  18. Criminalisation Of Triple Talaq Challenged In Supreme Court
  19. Triple Talaq Bill Passed By Parliament
  20. Leprosy To Be No More A Ground For Divorce
  21. Woman’s Estate And Hindu Widow’s Remarriage Act, 1856
  22. Marriage Procedure Under Special Marriage Act, 1954
  23. Stridhan
  24. The Muslim Women (Protection Of Rights On Marriage) Ordinance, 2018
  25. Divorce By Mutual Consent
  26. Triple Talaq
  27. Law Of Maintenance In India
  28. Overview Of Divorce Of Hindus In India  
  29. Dowry: Age Old ‘Pratha’ Which Has To Go
  30. Irretrievable Breakdown of Marriage
  31. Bar to Matrimonial relief
  32. Marriage in Court under Special Marriage Act
  33. Restitution of Conjugal Rights: An Overview
  34. Sexual Exploitation under the facade of Temporary Islamic Marriage
  35. Parentage Under Muslim Law
  36. Adoption: An Overview
  37. Alternative Relief in Divorce Proceedings
  38. Wife’s special grounds for divorce
  39. Legitimacy of Children under Hindu Law
  42. Marriage Counselling: Marriage & Divorce
  43. Procedure for divorce by mutual consent
  45. Applicability of Hindu Marriage Act


Matrimonial Laws


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