Court Marriage Law & Lawyers


Court Marriage Process in Pakistan and how does it work?

Court Marriage in Islamabad and Rawalpindi
Court Marriage Fee in Islamabad and Rawalpindi, Pakistan

Court Marriage in Islamabad & Rawalpindi, Court Marriage Fee & Process in Rawalpindi & Islamabad, Pakistan is very easy. Court Marriage Process comprises on 3 steps in Pakistan.

Court Marriage in Islamabad and Rawalpindi Pakistan Requires 3 Steps:

There are only 3 easy steps of the court marriage process in islamabad and rawalpindi Pakistan. Our Nikah Khawan and matrimonial lawyer will begin the court marriage process in presence of both the bride and groom and two Muslim, adult and sane Muslims.

  1. The bride signs an affidavit of free will.
  2. Nikah Khawan will ask for permission from the couple to solemnize Nikah and then ask for Ijabo-Qabool (“offer and accept”) and thereafter recite Khutba-e-Nikah.
  3. The Nikah Nama (the marriage contract) has four copies. Nikah Khawan fill the Nikah Nama Form and after that, bride, groom, wo witnesses and Nikah Khawan will sign the Nikah Nama. After signing the Nikah Nama, the Nikah Registrar will put his official seal/stamp to the Marriage on the Nikah Nama.

Then our matrimonial lawyer will hand-over the two copies of Nikah nama to both the bride and the groom and one copy will be forwarded to the Union Council to be kept as official record.


Court Marriage Fee in Islamabad & Rawalpindi, Pakistan

Court marriages are relatively inexpensive than traditional marriages. A court marriage fee costs 1/500 the traditional Pakistani wedding ceremonies. In Pakistan, law firms charge different fee depending on various circumstances. Court marriage fee ranges from Rs.15,000 to R.30,000. An additional cost is payable for the computerized Marriage Certificate (popularly called a NADRA Marriage Registration Certificate (MRC).

What is a Nikah Nama and a Marriage Certificate in Pakistan?

Nikah Nama and NADRA Marriage Certificate are legal documents of a marriage to prove your or someone’s marriage.

A Nikah Nama, and a marriage certificate, both are the legal document which proves that you are legally married. It is issued to you by the Government deputed Registrar after the marriage registration.

The Nikah Nama and the NADRA  marriage certificate keep all the detail of your marriage and mutually agreed terms and conditions. This   includes information that  when and where the  marriage took place. It also lists who was present and any other relevant information about your  marital status at the time of marriage. This document is necessary for official purposes (such as applying for a visa overseas). A NADRA marriage certification is proof that you are legally married. This certificate can serve as a primary source in any legal matter that has to do with marriage, such as divorce or inheritance.

Legal Matrimonial services for Court Marriage, Online Marriage, Nikah Online and Nikah Khawans for Traditional Marriages in Islamabad and Rawalpindi.

Our Online Nikah/Marriages Specialist Lawyers can help you with Nikahnama.

We have court marriage and online marriage lawyers. They explain the religious view of court marriage and online Nikah and provide court marriage services, such as Nikah nama (marriage contract) and court marriage documentation. Our court marriage lawyers offer their professional services for court marriage in islamabad and rawalpindi.

We also handle Court Marriages and Online Nikah/Marriage Matters.

Our Court Marriage Lawyers can assist you with court marriages online, Nikah online, and Nikah Khawan services online for traditional marriages and other family matters such as child custody, guardianship, child maintenance and NADRA marriage certificate. Right Law Associates Limited, a registered Law firm with the Securities & Exchange Commission of Pakistan, (SECP), is a member of Pak Legal Forum, which is a group of some of the most skilled family lawyers in Pakistan. Since 1985, we have been providing services in Court Marriage, Online Nikah, and Nikah Khawan in islamabad, rawalpindi, karachi and lahore.

We have Government-Deputed Muslim (Sunni) Nikah Khawan/Marriage Registrations of Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Karachi & Lahore in our Matrimonial Team

We offer legal assistance for authentic marriage documents. English/Urdu Nikah Nama with Nikahnama’s English/Arabic translation certified by Nikahnama and Nadra Marriage Certificates delivered within 4-5 working days. Our family lawyers facilitate attestation services through MOFA or embassies. We have registered Nikah Khawans, Sunni Shia, Christian, and Hindu Nikah/Marriage Registration Registrars in Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Karachi and Lahore. Pakistanis are living in the USA (Canada, UK), UAE, KSA [Kingdom of Saudi Arabia] and other countries around the globe. They rely upon the authenticity and responsibility of member law firm and companies of Pak Legal Forum.


Court Marriage Procedure in Islamabad & Rawalpindi

The court marriage procedure in islamabad and rawalpindi is as below: It is as easy as it gets. You don’t have to go to court (as in India), but instead, you need to visit our Court Marriage Lawyer Office. The process of court marriage/civil marriage in Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Karachi & Lahore, Pakistan can be done very easily. This is a very easy process in Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Karachi & Lahore, Pakistan.


Three Steps to Get Married in Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Karachi, Lahore and other cities of Pakistan

The court marriage process is simple: Male and female couples visit our court marital office in Islamabad and rawalpindi. Our Nikah Khawan and matrimonial lawyer begin the court marriage process.

  1. The bride signs an affidavit of free will.
  2. Nikah Khawan must, after receiving permission from the couple to solemnize Nikah and Ijabo-Qabool (“offer and accept”) and recite Khutba-e Nikah.
  3. The Nikah Nama (marriage contract) is signed by the bride and groom. Next, Nikah Khawan and two witnesses sign the Nikah Nama. After registering in the Marriage Register, the Nikah Register will sign the Nikah Nama and attach his official seal/stamp. AND THE COURT MARRIAGES ARE COMPLETED!

The matrimonial legal representative then handed the copies of Nikah Naama to the bride & groom. The Union Council receives one copy for the official record.


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

Right Law Associates has provided civil and court marriage services in Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Karachi & Lahore, Pakistan for many years. Madam Sofia Mohsin, Advocate is in charge of Karachi’s court marriage and civil wedding legal service section. Miss Huma Kiran, Advocate is in charge of Islamabad/Rawalpindi’s court marriage, and civil union legal service sections. Hafiz Muhammad Asif, Nikah Recorder, heads Lahore’s court marriage and civil union section.

Does Pakistan have any laws regarding court marriages?

There is no separate Pakistani law on court marriage. It does not exist or should be required when Article 35, Article 37 and Article 38 are present in Pakistan. However, the Constitution of Pakistan guarantees that the rights to Marriage and Family Life are respected and protected. (Art. 35)         


Family and Marital Life

The State shall make arrangements for securing just work conditions, ensuring that women and children are not employed in vocations suited to both their age and gender, and for maternity benefit for women working.” (Art. 37)

The Pakistani Family Laws (the law which governs the registration of marriages) allows Muslim couples to perform the Nikah online with a Wakeel/Vakil attorney and register in Pakistan (in modern times, it is called proxy marriage).