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At Dua`s & Dua`s Divorce Lawyer in Delhi, We provide legal counsel on a wide range of sensitive and emotional family law issues. Due to our experience as a family law firm, we understand that family related matters can be a lengthy and painful process. For this reason, we do our best to resolve legal matters as quickly as possible. To protect your interests, we will be one step ahead of you. To resolve family disputes amicably, we are committed to mediation, conciliation, and amicable settlement. Our firm provides comprehensive legal services including Adoption, Partition, Alimony, Marriage, Succession, Divorce matters, Child Custody, Dowry Harassment, Special Marriage Acts, Maintenance Matters, Wills, Property Division, Probate of Wills, and Domestic Violence.

Rajal Rai Dua, a leading lawyer and founder of Dua`s & Dua`s, Advocates & Consultants, specializes in divorce, domestic violence, and child custody cases since 2004. With extensive knowledge of the complex Indian legal system, he has successfully resolved numerous challenging divorce matters. Serving clients
throughout Delhi, Gurgaon, and Noida, the highly esteemed team at Dua`s & Dua`s, Advocates & Consultants brings expertise in family law to navigate even the most intricate legal intricacies that can significantly impact a case.

Navigating the Divorce court process can be challenging, especially when faced with complex and unfamiliar legal proceedings. It is important to maintain a professional demeanour and avoid becoming emotional or agitated during divorce trials and cross-examination by opposing parties. Seeking guidance from an experienced divorce lawyer who commands respect in the courtroom can provide valuable advice on navigating the intricacies of legal protocol for your best interests.

In India, a significant number of divorce cases are resolved through mutual agreement. However, for the remaining cases, clients opt for contested divorces which involve court trials. Divorce proceedings can be emotionally challenging as they not only affect individuals personally but also involve their families.

Before finalizing a divorce, both spouses need to address legal matters such as child custody, division of property and assets, and alimony or maintenance payments. We acknowledge that going through a divorce is an extremely distressing experience that brings about numerous concerns and sleepless nights like as:

  1. Will my divorce be accepted?
  2. How much time my divorce will take?
  3. What about maintenance and alimony, if yes then how much?
  4. What will be the future of my child?

If you have questions or concerns about starting divorce proceedings, it is important to seek guidance from a reputable Family Law specialist like Rajal Rai Dua Divorce lawyer in Delhi with his expertise and experience, he can provide the necessary advice and support to navigate through the emotions and challenges that come with post-divorce situations. Trust in him to help manage your transition effectively.


Divorce Lawyer in Delhi

Rajal Rai Dua


Domestic violence refers to a pattern of abusive behavior in a relationship where one partner seeks to gain or maintain control over the other through various forms of coercion, intimidation, physical violence, emotional manipulation, and other means. It occurs within the context of intimate relationships, including marriage, cohabitation, dating, or family relationships.

In India, the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005 (PWDVA) defines domestic violence and recognizes various forms of domestic violence. The Act acknowledges the following forms of domestic violence:

1. Physical Abuse: This includes any form of bodily harm, assault, or use of force that causes injury to the victim.
2. Emotional or Verbal Abuse: This involves actions that cause emotional trauma, such as insults, humiliation, intimidation, threats, and constant criticism.
3. Sexual Abuse: Any non-consensual sexual act or behavior that makes the victim uncomfortable or violates their consent.
4. Economic Abuse: This occurs when the abuser controls the victims financial resources, restricts their access to money, or deprives them of financial autonomy.
5. Psychological Abuse: It involves actions that cause mental anguish, such as constant belittling, manipulation, and isolating the victim from friends and family.

6. Stalking and Cyberbullying: Following the victim, sending threatening messages, or using technology to harass and intimidate fall under this category.
7. Harassment for Dowry: Demanding dowry, or subjecting the victim to cruelty and harassment for not meeting dowry demands, is a significant form of domestic violence.

The PWDVA provides legal protection and remedies for victims of domestic violence, including obtaining protection orders, residence orders, monetary relief, and other forms of assistance to ensure their safety and well-being.

We at Dua`s & Dua`s, Advocates & Consultants do not advocate divorce. If there is a chance to save a marriage, We say let’s give it a shot until there are no other options. Our sole goal is to assist victims in reducing their trauma and stress.

We are an elite team of best divorce lawyer in Delhi specialising in most complex divorce cases led by Advocate Rajal Rai Dua, whether you are looking for a lawyer for Dowry Harassment, Child custody, Maintenance & Alimony, judicial separation, or have other divorce related issues.


Child custody laws in India are governed by various personal laws and statutes, with the primary consideration being the best interests of the child. The custody of a child in India can be a complex matter, especially in cases of divorce or separation. Here are some key points to understand about child custody in India:

  1. Types of Custody:
    Physical Custody: This involves where the child resides on a day-to-day basis.
    Legal Custody: This pertains to the authority to make important decisions about the child’s upbringing, education, healthcare, andother matters.
  2. Best Interests of the Child:
    Courts in India prioritize the well-being and best interests of the child when determining custody arrangements.
  3. Different Personal Laws:
    Different religions and personal laws may influence custody decisions. For example, Hindu, Muslim, Christian, and Parsi laws may have different provisions.
  4. Guardians and Wards Act, 1890:
    This is a general law applicable to child custody matters in India. It empowers the court to decide the custody of a minor.
  5. Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act, 1956:
    This act governs custody and guardianship issues for Hinduchildren. It considers the child’s welfare as the paramount consideration.
  6. Muslim Personal Laws:
    Muslim personal laws guide custody matters for Muslim children. Custody can be granted to the mother until a certain age, after which the father may get custody.
  7. Child’s Age and Preference:
    The child’s age and preference (if they are old enough to express it)may also be considered by the court.
  8. Joint Custody:
    Joint custody, where both parents share physical and legal custody, is an option in some cases.
  9. Mediation and Counseling:
    Courts may encourage parents to engage in mediation or counseling to reach amicable solutions.
  10. Court Decisions:
    If parents cannot agree on custody, the court will make a decision based on the facts and circumstances of the case.

Our focus extends to child custody cases, particularly with a strong consideration for the sensitive needs of the children involved. Child custody cases can indeed be emotionally charged and require a thoughtful and empathetic approach.
By specializing in such cases and considering the well-being and special requirements of the children, Our firm is dedicated to helping families navigate these complex situations with care and attention.

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We specializes in divorce, domestic violence, and child custody cases since 2004.

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