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Court Marriage کورٹ میرج Civil Marriage Legal Services + Nikah Nama & NADRA Marriage Certificate in Karachi, Islamabad, Rawalpindi & Lahore, Pakistan

Civil Marriages in Pakistan are not Common Law Marriages, Still understood as Court Marriages

Court Marriage کورٹ میرج Civil Marriage+Nikah Nama+NADRA Marriage Certificate in Pakistan (Karachi, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Lahore). For Court Marriage in 17 minutes, we have our legal service offices in Pakistan’s all major cities (Karachi, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Lahore). Contact us for Court Marriage, online Nikah/ marriage, Misyar marriage (For Sunnis), Urfi marriage (for Sunnis), Nikah-e-Muta (For Shias), Tajdeed-e-Nikah and any legal issue. 

Just 17 Minutes Required For Court Marriage in Pakistan

Court Marriage in Pakistan within just 17 minutes: Our experienced lawyers in Karachi, Islamabad, Rawalpindi and Lahore offices, arrange court marriage + Nikah ceremony within a short time and your court marriage will be done within just 17 minutes!

You will find here all info about court marriages, love marriages and civil marriage in Karachi, Islamabad, Rawalpindi & Lahore (Pakistan). Our court marriage & civil marriage services in Pakistan’s cities, Karachi, Islamabad, Lahore and Rawalpindi are for all religions, sects and communities. Our court marriage & civil marriage fee/cost is the lowest in Pakistan but the level of authenticity and quality of services are the highest in Pakistan.

 Here is an index of various topics related to court marriage, civil marriage, love marriage as well as the requirements, procedures and a lot more… 

Court Marriage & Civil Marriage

Civil  Marriage & Love  Marriage

Court Marriage in Pakistan

Love Marriage Specialist

Love Marriage in Islam is Allowed

Romance in Marriage

Marriage without Romance

Civil Partnership vs Civil Marriage

Court Marriage in Islam Allowed

Pre-marriage Romance in Islam

Love Marriage Problem

Court Marriage Procedure

Court Marriage Fees in Pakistan

Civil Marriage in Pakistan/Not Allowed

Love in Islam Before Marriage

Court Marriage in Karachi 

Love Marriage Ya Arranged Marriage

Registered & Unregistered Marriage

Love Marriage Solution: Court Marriage

Court Marriage Rules in Pakistan

Court Marriage Cost in Pakistan

love Marriage Problem Solution

Court Marriage in Islamabad/Lahore

Love Marriage vs Arrange Marriage

Court Marriage Paper in Pakistan

Online Court Marriage in Pakistan

Court Marriage Fees in Karachi

Court Marriage Procedure in Pakistan

Love Marriage vs Arrange Marriage

Love Marriage vs Arrange Marriage

Court Marriage Law in Pakistan in Urdu

Court Marriage Certificate in Pakistan

Court Marriage law in Pakistan

Court Marriage in Lahore,  Pakistan

Documents Required-Court Marriage

Court Marriage lawyers in Karachi

Court Marriage lawyers in Islamabad

Court Marriage in Islam in Urdu

Court Marriage Certificate Pakistan

Court Marriage in Rawalpindi

Court Marriage Requirements

Court Marriage Process in Pakistan

Court Marriage Lawyers in Karachi

Court Marriage Service

Civil Marriage Service

How to do Court Marriage

Civil Wedding in Pakistan

Court Wedding in Pakistan

Court Marriage & Civil Marriage: Court marriage is a marriage in which no Wali is required for a girl to marry. It is also called “Marriage with Free Will”. Whereas, in a civil marriage, no religious person or ritual is required. For a civil marriage, even no religion is necessary for the marrying couple. 

Civil  Marriage & Love  Marriage: Civil marriage means a marriage registered as per local laws, with or without any religious rituals whereas a love marriage can be celebrated as a court marriage or a traditional marriage. 

Court Marriage in Pakistan: Court marriage in Pakistan is very common nowadays. It can be done with or without the approval from the parents of the couple-in-love.

Love Marriage Specialist: Usually, laymen think love marriage specialist to the so-called magicians and fraudulent spiritual persons. Less educated and ignorant people visit them and pay heavy fees to them to get their prayers. However, educated and sensible people consider a love marriage specialist to a family lawyer or matrimonial lawyer.

Love Marriage in Islam is Allowed: As per Sunni Hanafi (Ahnaaf) Islamic school of thought, court marriage or a marriage without approval of the parents (especially of the father or Wali of the girl) is allowed in Islam.

Romance in Marriage: Romance is an integral part of a marriage. A marriage without romance, cannot be imagine.

Marriage without Romance:  Marriage without romance can be a paper marriage, due to some legal necessities and with some illegal motive.

Civil Partnership vs Civil Marriage: Civil partnership means a couple is living like a husband and wife, without promising for marital and financial responsibilities or each other. At the other hand, a civil married couple take due responsibilities of a family including financial obligations.

Court Marriage Procedure: In Pakistan, the court marriage procedure is not lengthy like in India. Even there is no need to go to the court of law for the court marriage/civil marriage. It is more easier that most of the developed countries with high levels of human rights. Here, no license is required like in the US and several other countries.

Court Marriage in Islam Allowed: Sunni (Ahle-Sunnat) Hanafi sect is the dominant major sect of Muslims in Pakistan. As per Hanafi Sunni Ulema (scholars) Wali is not required for the Nikah of a Muslim girl after attaining puberty. Thus, the majority view of Muslim scholars is that court marriage or marriage with the free will/consent of a Muslim adult man (boy) and Muslim adult woman (girl) is valid in Islam.

Pre-marriage Romance in Islam: Islam insist on free consent of adult Muslim men and women, which cannot be established without pre-marriage ethical relationship (not sexual relationship), thus, pre-marriage romance with neat and clean moral and ethical relations is not forbidden in Islam.

Love Marriage Problem: The problems and hurdles a couple faces for love marriage in Pakistan, India and Bangladesh is due to ancient culture and semi-tribal customs and not because of Islam. 

Court Marriage in Karachi: The court marriage (which is simply a legal marriage with free consent of a couple) in Karachi is very common. As Karachi is a metropolitan and cosmopolitan city, majority of its population belongs to Urdu speaking, Memoni and Gujrati speaking and Punjabi speaking people who are mostly educated and they don’t belong to tribes, hence, their women enjoy their human rights as given to them by Islam and the law of Pakistan. At the other hand, Sindhi, Baloch, Brohi (Brahvi), and Pakhtoon (Pathan) communities belong to tribal or semi-tribal societies and majority of them is not educated so resultantly, they treat women like their property or slaves. In this scenario, reaction on court marriage of the youth belong to a back-ward, un-educated or less educated family or ethnic group is much harsh and sometime it reaches to murder of the couple or at-least their married girls. 

Court Marriage Fees in Pakistan:  There is no official court marriage fee exists in Pakistan, however, a family lawyer, Nikah Khawan, Notary Public, or Justice of Peace charge their fee, on case to case basis, keeping in view the circumstances of the case and documentation costs and other administrative expenses, which are much lower than a traditional marriage. Normally, the total cost for complete documentation including lawyer’s fee and Nikah khawan’s fee, not goes beyond PKR 30,000.   

Civil Marriage in Pakistan/Not Allowed: As you may know, a civil marriage is legal in India and Bangladesh, but not in Pakistan. The difference between Pakistan and India or Bangladesh is that Pakistan is a theocratic semi-democratic country and its constitution is based on Islam and not on the western democratic philosophy. On the other hand, India and Bangladesh are democratic countries and their every person, regardless of his/her religion, has full civil rights. In Pakistan, a Hindu or Christian cannot marry a Muslim woman, likewise, a Muslim woman has no right to choose a non-Muslim as her life partner. In this way, it is clear that civil marriages are not completely allowed in Pakistan.

Love in Islam Before Marriage: As described under the caption, “Pre-marriage Romance in Islam“, Love or liking for marriage, within ethical limits are allowed in Islam.

Court Marriage Rules in Pakistan: There are neither any particular official rules in Pakistan, nor any separate law for the court marriage exists in Pakistan because there is no need for a particular law for court marriage.

Love Marriage Ya Arranged Marriage: Love marriage, family arranged marriage se lakh darje behtar hoti hai kiyonke buzurg log nai dor ke taqason se nawaqif hain. Unhain aksar apne bachon ki pasand-o-na pasand ka sahi andaza nahi hota. 

Registered & Unregistered Marriage: In Pakistan, by law, every marriage should be registered. However, as there is literacy rate is very low in Pakistan, 51% marriages are unregistered in Pakistan, as per a survey.

Love Marriage Solution: For love marriage problem’s solutions, please read Quora and do not throw your money on so-called Aamil Babas and fraudulent spiritual healers. 

 Love Marriage vs Arranged Marriage: Love marriage is much better than an arranged marriage because you should have to live your life with your own will and decisions.

Court Marriage Cost in Pakistan: Cost of court marriage is ranging from PKR 15,000 to 30,000 in major cities of Pakistan, such as Karachi, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Lahore.

 Love Marriage Problem Solution: Love marriage is not a problem but some youngsters with weak determination consider it a problem. We have the legal solutions for all problems. 

Court Marriage in Islamabad/Lahore: Court marriages in Islamabad are relatively expensive than the court marriages in Lahore, Punjab.

Court Marriage Procedure in Pakistan: The procedure of court marriage is Pakistan is very simple as compare to the procedure of court marriage in India. It takes just 17 minutes court marriage process in our offices in Karachi, Islamabad, Rawalpindi and Lahore rather than a month long procedure in India.

Court Marriage Papers in Pakistan: The legal papers of a court marriage are just an affidavit of free will, sworn by the girl (bride) and two copies of Urdu or English Nikah Nama. However, you can also request us or your lawyer for a NADRA marriage registration certificate, if required.

Court Marriage in Lahore,  Pakistan: Our office in Lahore which is situated near the Model Town Courts (Katchery), is the best place for court marriage in Lahore. 

Court Marriage Fees in Karachi: Various so-called lawyers who are not actually lawyers, pose themselves as lawyers, charge lowest fee and claim that they get recorded your statement u/s 164 Cr.P.C. They even, do not know what is the statement u/s 164 Cr.P.C. They are actually, liars and not lawyers. Just for your knowledge, the statement u/s 164 Cr.P.C. can be recorded by the Magistrate having jurisdiction, when a criminal case has been registered with the Police and an accused or a witness feels it necessary to admit the accusation or bring something important on case record. So, please be clear that statement u/s 164 Cr.P.C. has nothing to do with the court marriage, until and unless someone lodge an FIR against you. Normally, the real lawyers charge a fee+cost of complete court marriage work and documents PKR 20,000 to 40,000, in Karachi.

Court Marriage Certificate in Pakistan: There is no other court marriage certificate, except copies of Nikah Nama, an attested affidavit of the bride, and (if required) a NADRA marriage registration certificate, issued by the Union Council of the territorial jurisdiction.

Court Marriage in Islam in Urdu: Court marriage is not acceptable for some sects of Muslims but the major sect of Hanafi Sunnis (Ahnaaf) accept court marriage not against any preaching of Islam. In Urdu, court marriage Islam ke khilaf nahi hai aur Sunni Hanafi ke nazdeek 100% jaiz hai.

Court Marriage Law in Pakistan in Urdu: Court marriage naam ka koi qanoon Pakistan mei mojod nahi, na hi court marriage ke khilaf koi qanoon hai, lehaza fikr na karain. 

Court Marriage lawyers in Karachi: There are so many court marriage lawyers in Karachi, but Right Law Associates is No. 1 Law Firm in Karachi and Islamabad for the court marriage solemnization and registration of marriage within minimum time.
Court Marriage law in Pakistan: As described earlier that there is no special act of law for court marriage in Pakistan.

Court Marriage Process in Pakistan: The court marriage process in Pakistan has just three simple steps, which are being described on this page.

Documents Required-Court Marriage: We require nothing except any proof of age of your partner and you, to get your court marriage done within less than half an hour.

Court Marriage in Rawalpindi: We arrange court marriage in Rawalpindi at our office in the Rawalpindi Katchery (Courts). please call us for further detail.

Court Marriage lawyers in Islamabad: There are several court marriage lawyers in Islamabad, but you will hear the name of Right Law associates (Pvt) Limited, and Pak.Legal everywhere in Islamabad as the top most reputable family lawyers, not only for matrimonial law but also for divorce, khula and child custody matters. 

How to do Court Marriage: For court marriage, you just call us and let us know your convenient time for court marriage. At that time, you come to our office with your soul-mate and with original copies of both person’s CNICs and photocopies. We would also require 6-6 passport size pictures of you both for Nikah Namas and affidavit. When you will reach our office, our lawyer and Nikah Khawan will be ready and within 17 minutes, you will be a legally and Shara’i married couple.

Court Marriage Service: Our court marriage services are appreciated among masses in Pakistan and worldwide.

Court Marriage Requirements: For a court marriage, you should be 18 years old and the bride should be 16 years (in Karachi, both 18 years old), you should have your CNICs or any other proof of your ages.                                                                                                         

Civil Wedding in Pakistan: Civil wedding means a civil marriage in Pakistan. We arrange civil weddings for Hindu, Christian, Agnostic and Atheist marriages, as well.

 

We are easily accessible 24/7 to all our clients because we believe in trust and reliability. A marriage is one of the most important acts of a person's life. However, you can't marry just anyone, you have to find the right person who will live with you for rest of your life and raise a family together. If you have found your soul-mate and you are ready to take this step in your life then contact us and we would help you tie the knot.

Court Marriage & Civil Marriage in Pakistan

What is a Court Marriage and a Civil Marriage?

The court marriage in Pakistan, is the most popular marriage choice of youngsters in love, where the families of bride and groom do not join their hands in front of the guests at any time, rather they perform this ceremony lawyers and pay a nominal fee and cost for the marriage documentation and marriage registration.

Court Marriage is the best option for dating couples or couple-in-love.

Court marriage is most ironic part of today’s society. The court marriage is the best option for dating couples who have not yet decided to marry and they think that their parents would not allow them to marry each other.

Court Marriage can be performed anywhere, any day, any time in Pakistan

Court marriage is a marriage conducted by a judge or an officer of the court in front of witnesses, in India. But in Pakistan, court marriages can be performed anywhere in Pakistan and at any time, day or night by a lawyer or attorney and a Nikah Khawan, in presence of two adult Muslim witnesses. There is no need to apply to any court of law, get a date for marriage and be present before a judge, as in India. Unlike the USA or other western countries, no marriage licence is a pre-requisite for a marriage. In Pakistan, a marriage can be conducted with an expense of Rs. 15,000-25,000 and if you have a lot of money, you can spend millions for the traditional marriage ceremony, which are very common in Pakistan.

Court Marriage is also known as Civil Marriage in Pakistan, but they are different

Court Marriage is also known as Civil Marriage, in Pakistan, but actually they’re different in nature. It is a combine legal and religious process in which two persons get married before the Nikah Khawan, Nikah Registrar Registrar of the Union Council and a lawyer or attorney of the wedding couple. Unlike in India, and several other countries, it doesn’t require filing an application in the first instance, followed by personal appearance of the applicants before the magistrate or a judge or his representative.

Civil Marriages are not common law marriages in Pakistan, as in the modern world

Civil marriages are not common law marriages in Pakistan as in the modern world. In a conservative theological state of Pakistan, and semi tribal and semi feudal society of Pakistan can not allow non-religious marriages.  Fortunately, a marriage with the free will of a couple, without any influence or permission from the parents of the couple is legal in Pakistan, which is called a court marriage, though, unlike India, it is not conducted before a court of law and either not in presence of any court official, but through a lawyer and a Nikah Khawan or an official Nikah registrar, and two witnesses. The registration of marriage requires proof of age, which is generally done through the production of CNICs or any other identity documents issued by the government.

Civil Marriage and Love Marriage

Civil Marriage is Always a Love Marriage in the Whole World!

Are you planning to marry? Then, here are few things that you need to know about love marriage, court marriage and civil marriage.  you should know that a civil marriage is always a love marriage, because no one marry in the court or with a lawyer, without love with the his/her partner. 

Civil marriage is a non-religious ceremony in the world (except in the theological societies) of law authorized by the government that legally binds two people as a couple to maintain their relationship. Its main purpose is to provide legal and social approval of the couple’s love, commitment, and mutual responsibilities towards each other.

The Process of a Civil Marriage/Court Marriages takes about 17 minutes only!

The process of a civil marriage/court marriage takes only 17 minutes, if the couple has CNICs or any proof of age, for the court marriage. Civil Marriage Procedure in Pakistan is now quite simple and easy with the assistance of Right Law Associates’ offices in Karachi, Islamabad, and Rawalpindi.

In case you are not sure about your eligibility for this type of procedure, or you require a legal consultation, please feel free to contact us on call or a WhatsApp voice/text message. We assure you for complete privacy and full legal protection.

Court Marriage is the legal and valid way of doing Nikah in Pakistan.

Nikah or marriage is a very important part of Islam and we all know that there are many personal laws in our country. The government has taken care of all the necessary documents needed for marriages and nikahs so that people can easily get married in Pakistan. There are other ways to get married according to your wishes and choices, but one such way is the court marriage  method. 

The Court Marriage is a Legal Marriage Contract

Court marriage is the legal and valid way of doing Nikah in Pakistan. The court marriage is a legal marriage contract and the Nikah Nama and the Nadra Marriage certificate is issued by the Union Council. The certificate of court marriage can be used in other countries to get your wife or husband’s visa as well as to prove yourself as a married person.

In Pakistan, you will have to get your Nikah registered under Islamic/Shariat law if you are a Muslim and want to marry someone of the opposite sex. In order for this registration process to occur legally, both parties must get Nikah by a Nikah Khawan and a lawyer for registration of nikah along with certain prescribed documents including proof that each party has attained majority age i.e 18 years old at least on the date when the court marriage was solemnized.

A Love Marriage is the Dream of Every Pakistani Boy and Girl

A love marriage is the dream of every Pakistani boy and girl and in Islam, and there is no restriction against court marriage in Islam as love marriage /court marriage is permissible, and it is also legal in Pakistan as the constitution of Pakistan, which is the supreme law, ensures freedom of marriage with every citizen’s own free consent and a forced marriage is a crime in Pakistan.

Is Court Marriage Allowed in Islam and is it Legal in Pakistan ?

Yes, court marriage is allowed in Islam as per the majority of Muslim scholars of majority sect of Ahnaf. Court marriage is also legal in Pakistan. People from all over the world ask us that “Is court marriage allowed in Islam and is it legal in Pakistan? We want to declare that, there is no restriction on court marriage in Islam. In several Islamic countries like Pakistan, Bangladesh, Malaysia, and Indonesia, court marriage is allowed. In Islam, court marriage with one’s own choice is permitted. There are various types of court  marriages, and they might take place under specific circumstances. Court marriages are conducted in various Islamic countries in accordance with local laws. 

In any case, if you wish to get married according to Islam’s laws, then you ought to understand the following about court marriage in Islam’s view of marriage. The Islamic requirements for the establishment of a marriage are that the couple must be at least puberty aged.

“Court marriages are permitted in Islam, though they are not compulsory or recommended." 

Court marriage, civil marriage and love marriage including online marriage are the gifts of modern era. In old times, it was almost here to think about court marriage or civil marriage.
“Court marriages are permitted in Islam, though they are not compulsory or recommended.”  Maulana Mohammad Akhtar Raza Khan Qadri-Al-Azhari

In an interview with The Times of India on August 29th, 2016, Maulana Mohammad Akhtar Raza Khan Qadri Al-Azhari said, “In India…court marriages are permissible in Islam.”. Court marriages are not necessary and are not recommended. Muslim couples have been advised by him that after the court marriage they will have to undergo the Nikah ceremony, which they can perform by themselves. It is recommendable that they consult with someone who is willing to do this for them if they don’t wish to do it themselves.He added that court marriages are permitted, “but only under the conditions set forth by the Islamic laws and procedures. In addition, there should not be any ulterior motives for the marriage.”Our religion does not expressly prohibit court marriages. Thus, court marriage is permitted in Islam. However, witnesses must be present in order for this to occur.

Couples Still Face Challenges in Our Society when it comes to Love Marriage by way of a Court Marriage.

Every Pakistani girl and boy dreams of being married to the love of their life. Despite the fact that love marriage/court marriage is legal in Pakistan, it is still not an easy process to get married to your beloved one. Several couples still face challenges in our society when it comes to love marriage by way of a court marriage in Pakistan. In order to get married to the person you love, certain legal formalities must be fulfilled. In order to have a successful love marriage, you must follow certain steps.

Info and FAQ on Court Marriage Topic by Senior Matrimonial Lawyers of Karachi, Islamabad & Lahore

 About Court Marriage: Court Marriage Process & Court Marriage Fee in Pakistan.   Court marriage, civil marriage, or love marriage info and FAQ about court marriage process, cost/fee and other topics by Court Marriage Lawyers of Karachi, Islamabad & Lahore. Court marriage is a legal right…Court marriage required just 17 minutes! You will find detailed court marriage information and FAQ on court matrimonial topic, which are answered by the best Court Marriage & Family Lawyers and described the correct view of court marriage/online nikah in Pakistan. 

Our Specialist Lawyers For Court Marriage and Online Nikah/Marriages also Help You in Nikahnama and obtain NADRA Marriage Certificate 

Court Marriage and Online Marriage Lawyers at Right Law Associates offer court marriage services and describe the religious view of court marriage/online nikah in Pakistan and Nikah Khawan services including marriage contract (Nikahnama). Court Marriage Lawyers at court-marriage.com offer their professional  marriage services and describe the process and fee/cost for court marriage for registration of marriage contract (Nikahnama) and NADRA  Computerized Marriage Certificate after court marriage. 

Apart From Court Marriage, Online Nikah/Marriage Matters, Our Lawyers also Deal in Khula, Divorce, Child Custody, Guardianship, Child Maintenance Cases

Our experienced Court Marriage Lawyers  offer legal services for not only for court marriage, online marriage, Nikah online & Nikah Khawan services for traditional marriages, but we also deal in other family cases of divorce, khula, child custody and guardianship, child maintenance, and also  provide our clients with NADRA Marriage  Certificate, Divorce certificate, Birth Certificate and Death Certificate assistance. Right Law Associates (Pvt) Limited is a recognized Law Company, registered with the Securities & Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) and a member of Pak Legal Forum which  is a group of the most experienced family lawyers in Pakistan, dealing in Court Marriage,  Online Nikah (Marriage) and Nikah Khawan services since 1985. 

We have Government Deputed Muslim (Sunni & Shia) Nikah/Marriage Registrars of Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Rawalpindi  in Our Matrimonial Team  

We provide legal service for authentic marriage documents i.e. English/Urdu Nikah Nama with Nikahnama’s certified English/Arabic translation and Nadra Marriage Certificates within 4-5 days. Attestation service by MOFA and embassies is also facilitated by our family lawyers. We have several registered Nikah Khawans and Government authorized Sunni, Shia, Christian & Hindu Nikah/Marriage Registrars in Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad & Rawalpindi. Pakistanis, living in the USA, Canada, UK, UAE, KSA (Kingdom of Saudi Arabia) and all over the world rely on member law firms and companies of Pak Legal Forum due to their authenticity and responsibility. 

Court Marriage Inquiries about Requirements and Process

Court Marriage Section of our law company  receive several inquiries about court marriage, process of courthouse marriage, requirements for court marriage, certificate of court marriage and court marriage procedure, so we want to provide all relevant information here on our website to avoid such regular inquiries for information.

There are different types of marriages in Pakistan. The most common type of marriages are arranged marriages,  court marriages and Online marriages. In arranged marriage, the parents of the boy and girl decide to marry their children together. In court marriage, the boy and girl select their own life partner and proceed for the court marriages.

Court Marriage is a Personal Choice

Court marriage is often preferred to traditional, long-drawn-out forms of marriage for a number of reasons. Thousands of couples choose to get married in court or in the lawyer’s chamber by choice every year in Pakistan, especially in the big cities like Karachi, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, and Lahore. The reason for doing so may vary depending on the couple. One of the main reasons could be a desire to give back to society. Several couples, from wealthy family backgrounds, choose to donate the money they would have spent on their weddings to a charitable cause instead. People may also choose a court marriage because of their personal priorities. A typical Pakistani wedding may not be suitable for everyone. Rather than inviting the entire family, including distant relatives, they might prefer a low-key affair with just a few close loved ones.

Information on Court Marriage in URDU

Online Marriage with Nikah Online
or Marriage Through Proxy

We offer online marriage or online nikah (marriage/shadi) services for overseas Pakistanis worldwide, through proxy/Wakil’s Shara’i and legal services. The service is intended to assist couples that are unable to attend their wedding ceremony due to busy schedules or any reason. (Information on Online Nikah/Marriage in URDU).

The Pakistani Family Laws (the law that governs marriage registration) allows Muslim men and women to perform the Nikah online through a Wakeel/Vakil (attorney) and register in Pakistan (in the western world, it is called a proxy marriage). 

Conditions For Muslim Nikah:

(i) A man and a woman must be at least 18 years of age and Non Mahrams.
(ii) Marriage should be agreed upon by both parties.
(iii) In order to perform nikah properly, two witnesses must attend. 
(iv) There should be an agreement on MEHR (Dower Amount).

Family Lawyers For Court/Online Marriage

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Family Lawyers at Right Law Associates (Pvt) Limited (A member company of Pak Legal Forum) will provide you with their authentic knowledge, suggestions and legally registered documents. Our trustworthy lawyers can also facilitate attestations of all nikah/marriage documents with the MOFA and KSA, UAE & other relevant embassies. 

Information on Online Marriage  in Urdu

Nikah Khawan Services for Karachi, Islamabad & Rawalpindi

We provide Nikah Khawan (Qazi) services not only in Karachi, Islamabad and Rawalpindi, but also in the suburbs and other areas surrounding these cities. If you want your Nikah to be solemnized for as low as Rs.10,000 to Rs.15,000 only, then please contact us. Our packages are all-inclusive, which includes registered Nikahnama and computerized NADRA verified Marriage Registration Certificate, duly issued by the Union Council. 

Please call us, and we will book a qualified Nikah Khawan (Molvi Sahib) for your ceremony, who will reach your location at the pre-set time. After performing Shara’i Nikah, we shall provide you the Urdu or English Nikah nama duly registered with the Government deputed Nikah Registrar.

As opposed to other law firms, we will assist in the Shara’i Nikah process through both Sunni and Shia Nikah Khawans and provide all legal documents, such as English or Urdu Nikah Nama with certified English or Arabic translation, and a computerized marriage certificate.  Moreover, our attorneys can facilitate the attestation of all legal nikah/marriage documents with the MOFA and relevant embassies, if required. We assure you that you will find our services exclusively pleasant.

English/Urdu Nikah Nama

Nikah Nama in Urdu as well as English are available with our Nikah Khawan & Nikah Registrars in Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad. It is rare to find English Nikah Nama forms, and many people are unaware of the fact that English Nikahnamas exist in Pakistan..
More info on Nikah Khawan & Nikah Nama

The Best Court Marriage Services in Pakistan's Major Cities of Karachi, Islamabad, Rawalpindi & Lahore

Court marriage and civil marriage in Pakistan are being provided by Right Law Associates and Pakistan Legal Forum for long time. Our court marriage and civil marriage legal service section in Karachi is headed by Madam Sobia Mohsin, Advocate,  whereas court marriage and civil marriage legal service section in Islamabad and Rawalpindi is headed by Miss Huma Kiran, Advocate. Court marriage and civil marriage section in Lahore is headed by Hafiz Muhammad Asif, Nikah Registrar.

We offer legal matrimonial services for court marriage, online marriage, nikah online and Nikah khawan for traditional marriages in Karachi, Islamabad and Lahore, Pakistan.

Just 17 Minutes Court Marriage Process in Pakistan!

Court marriage process:  As oppose to the process of court marriage in India, in Pakistan the process/procedure of court marriage is straignt-forward and extremely simple. It may take just 17 minutes!

Simple Process of Court Marriage in Pakistan

Simple court marriage process: The process of court marriage is as simple as 1-2-3 and you don’t require to go to the Court (as in India) but you have just to visit our Court Marriage Office in Karachi,.. there is no need to apply to the Marriage Officer of the Court for a date for hearing for the marriage approval. In Pakistan, process of civil marriage  is very simple.  Such marriages are solemnized at our Court Marriage Offices in Karachi, Islamabad and Lahore. Now, we are going to establish our Court Marriage Offices in Multan, Faisalabad, Hyderabad, Rawalpindi and other metropolitan cities of Pakistan.

3 Easy Steps of Court Marriage in Pakistan

Easy steps of court marriage process: The process of court marriage is starts when a couple (male and female) visits our court marriage office (in Karachi or Islamabad or Lahore).  Our Nikah khawan and matrimonial lawyer start the steps of court marriage process:
1. The bride signs an Affidavit of Free Will. 
2. Nikah Khawan after getting permission from the couple, solemnize Nikah with Ijab-o-Qabool (offer and acceptance) and recite Khutba-e Nikah. 
3. Bride and groom sign on four copies of the Nikah Nama (marriage contract), then two witnesses and Nikah Khawan also sign on the Nikah nama. In the last the Nikah Registrar sign the Nikah nama and affix his official seal/stamp after registering in the Marriage Register.  AND THE COURT MARRIAGE IS COMPLETED!

Afterwards, our matrimonial lawyer hand-over respective copies of Nikah nama to the bride and groom. One copy is sent to the Union Council for official record.  

Court Marriage Fee/Cost in Pakistan

The cost of a court marriage is not much. A court marriage cost/fee is 1/500 of the traditional marriage ceremonies in Pakistan. In Pakistan, law firms charge different fee depending on several circumstances. It is normally, Rs. 20,000 to Rs. 40,000 including matrimonial lawyer’s fee, Nikah Khawan’s fee, documentation charges for affidavit and notorization, Nikah/Marriage Registrar’s service fee and the official marriage registration fee. If someone requires a computerized Marriage Certificate (publically called as NADRA Marriage Certificate), then he/she has to pay additional fees/cost.

A Nikah Nama and NADRA Marriage Certificate is your proof that you are legally married.

A Nikah Nama and a court marriage certificate is a legal document that proves you are legally married. It is issued by the Government deputed Nikah Registrar at the time of registering your marriage, and it serves as evidence that you are legally married to your spouse.

The Nikah Nama and NADRA marriage certificate show all the details about your wedding ceremony: when it happened, where it took place, who was in attendance and other specifics relevant to your marital status. You’ll need this document for any official purpose where proof of marriage is required (such as applying for a visa abroad). A NADRA marriage certificate is your proof that you are legally married. This certificate can be used as a primary source of information in any legal matter that involves marriage, such as divorce or inheritance.

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Court marriage, online nikah, online matrimonial service, nikah khawan services & NADRA Marriage/Divorce Certificate legal assistance is offered by Court-Marriage.com. We assure you for complete privacy and secrecy of every information about you and your spouse. We shall legally protect you as WE FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHT!

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Main Characteristics

Court marriage, civil marriage and love marriage are considered interchangeable. Mostly, court marriages took place in Karachi, Islamabad & Lahore. Court marriage is a legal right of every citizen. The main characteristics of Court Marriage are that it does not involve any type of customs or rituals. You can marry without the consent of your parents, without a large gathering of guests, without the approval of the society, and even you can marry without following any types of rituals and customs according to your religion. 

Court marriage is very simple. The process of court marriage take 20 minutes only. The court marriage procedure of law, in which you have to fill out some documents and sign them before the a Justice of Peace/Oath Commissioner/Notary Public, or in our law office. After all this procedure, we will provide you a duly registered Nikahnama as  proof of your valid marriage. The court marriage is done under the law from where you get all rights as per law on your partner as well as on your children’s too.

Court marriages/civil marriage are preferable to other types because here every person gets equal rights according to their law, which is proved by their Nikah namas (marriage contracts) and marriage certificate issued by the government. Arrange marriages also follow  specific law and procedure as well as their cultural norms while making these marriages. But in court marriages, the bride and groom get full freedom to make their decision freely according to lawful principles, rather than depending upon others’ decisions in an arranged marriage.

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Major Characteristics

Online Marriage service is offering innovative solutions to a classic problem: What if you could get married even after you left your hometown? Nikah Online is a unique service that allows you to get married, even if you can’t be in the same place as your spouse.

Whether you have to travel for work or have citizenship in another country, Nikah Online will handle all the paperwork and connect you with an attorney who can perform your wedding ceremony online.

Our services are available to both Muslim men and women looking to get married anywhere in Pakistan. We are also able to accommodate marriages between Pakistani citizens and non-Pakistani citizens.

We understand that traditional marriage ceremonies can be difficult for people who aren’t able to be there in person. That’s why our Online Nikah Service is here for you when you want to tie the knot as soon as possible, no matter where you are in the world.  is an online service that allows Muslim brides and bridegrooms who live in different countries or different cities to be able to get married. It’s a unique opportunity for all who live abroad and cannot attend their marriage due to any reason. Alhamdulillah, thousands of couples are living their happy life, who were wedded through our law office. 

Right Law Associates’ offices in Karachi, Islamabad and Lahore remain open during office hours for online marriage and court marriage.

Free Legal Help for Court Marriage

For Court marriage or nikah online or online marriage FREE legal guidance is available in 3 major cities of Pakistan; Karachi, Islamabad and Lahore

We offer FREE  Legal help and Advisory service in all family legal matters. Court-Marraige.com was created for providing legal help to people who want to solemnize court marriage, online nikah/nikaah/online shadi or require service of a nikah khawan for their normal nikah in marriage ceremony/function at their own homes or halls.

Right Law Associates (Pvt) Ltd is a prominent law company, having a team of experienced lawyers. The services of its ''Marriage Section'' are popular among the young generation due to its inexpensive services. Our offices are located in Karachi and Islamabad, and we also provide our legal services to the people of Rawalpindi.

Please note that court marriages and civil marriages are actually different in nature, but in Pakistan a civil marriages and court marriages are termed the same. As Pakistan is a Muslim society, so civil marriages (secular marriages) are not allowed here.

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We hope that you have now sufficient knowledge regarding the court marriage, requirements for court marriage, court marriage process, court marriage certificate and court marriage procedure. You can contact us for any further information about court marriage.

Three Simple Steps of Court Marriage

Step 1:
Both the bride and groom have to reach at our office on a time, which already decided one or two days back.
Step 2:
Before the Nikah, the bride is required to sign an affidavit mentioning her free will to marry.
Step 3:
After Recitation of the Holy Quran, Nikah will be solemnized by the Nikah Khuwan with Ijab-o-qabool.
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In Pakistan, Love Marriages and Dating is Considered Taboo

Marriage is one of the most important occasions in human life. The institution of marriage allows two people to come together and share their lives with each other. Love marriages are very common in modern times whereas arranged marriages are still preferred by a lot of people all over the world, especially in Asia.

In Pakistan, love marriages and dating is considered as a taboo. Due to this reason, only a few brave people get married on their own choice. Most couples prefer to opt for arranged marriage because it’s more acceptable socially within our culture and tradition which makes it easy for newlywed couples to adjust themselves with each other after getting married at an early age.

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Court Marriage

Court marriage and civil marriage are considered synonyms. Court marriages are conducted through a lawyer before a court or the Justice of Peace. Nikah Khawan takes about 17 minutes in process of court marriage and recites Khutba..

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Online Marriage

Online marriage or online Nikah is a good option for people living in different countries and because of any reason, they can not join each other in their traditional marriage ceremonies. Online marriages are very common now.....

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Right Law Associates has 4 Nikah Khawans (Qazi) in Karachi, 3 Nikah Khawans in Lahore, 3 Nikah Khawan in Islamabad and 2 Nikah Khawans (Qazi) in Rawalpindi, to perform Nikah at your home or Marriage Hall.....

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

We offer legal matrimonial services for court marriage, online marriage, nikah online and Nikah khawan for traditional marriages in Karachi

The No. 1 Court Marriage Lawyers of Pakistan, provide information and answers to questions about court marriages. Senior matrimonial and family lawyers respond to Frequently Asked Questions on court marriages and describe the Islamic view of court marriage/online nikah.

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. 

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