Court Marriage in Pakistan

Our law firm is often engaged to help with court marriages. Our support staff will help you with the legal paperwork and affidavit of free will, which is recognized and enforceable under Muslim personal law. To get married in court, you'll need to provide copies of your National Identity Card, two passport-sized photos with a white or blue background, and proper verification of your age and identity. The minimum age for girls to get married is 16, and for boys it's 18 years. Age verification is necessary, and can be done by providing copies of your National Identity Card, Form B, or Educational Certificate.

We understand how important it is to keep our client's information confidential and secure. You can trust that we will do everything in our power to serve you in the best way possible. There are several laws in Pakistan that deal with the solemnization and registration of marriages.

Muslim Family Laws Ordinance, 1964

Rules under Muslim Family Laws Ordinance, 1965

Child Marriage Restraint Act, 1929

Child Marriage Restraint (Punjab Amendment) Ordinance, 1971

The Azad Jammu and Kashmir Family Courts Act, 1993

Births, Deaths and Marriages Registration Act, 1886

Christian Marriage Act, 1872

Conciliation Courts (West Pakistan Amendment) Act, 1969

Foreign Marriage Act, 1903

Hindu Marriage Disabilities Removal Act, 1946

Hindu Married Women’s Right to Separate Residence and Maintenance Act, 1946

Hindu Widows’ Remarriage Act, 1856

The Hindu Marriage Act, 2017

Lahore Office

Main Boulevard Gulberg, Main Market, Lahore, Punjab 54000
Mr. Ahmed Burhan

Faisalabad Office

Burhan Center, 97-99, Gulistan Market Railway Road, Faislabad, Pakistan
Mr. Ahmed Burhan

UK Office

Associate Office (London)
Mr. Ahmed Burhan

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