LAC offers Divorce lawyer in Bangladesh also experts Hindu-Muslim & Court marriage in Bangladesh:
Divorce lawyer in Bangladesh
Limpid advisers & Company (LAC) offers a high standard of Divorce lawyer in Bangladesh also experts Hindu-Muslim & Court marriage in Bangladesh. They also experts divorce & Child adoption Bangladesh. Divorce proceedings usually involve intense emotions and significant expense. Our dedicated matrimonial team of expertise can work with you throughout the divorce process to minimize the emotional strain and cost normally associated with these proceedings. We handle complex contested and uncontested divorces.
If children are involved, we will work with you to help you obtain custody of your children, child support payments or help in the development of a parenting plan, past and present maintenance, if preferred. If you and your spouse choose to keep your divorce proceedings private and away from the courts, our law firm will work with you through voluntary mediation known as Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). During this process, both you and your spouse will meet with a neutral mediator to help resolve issues by bringing both parties to an agreement. With ADR, there is complete disclosure and no litigation.
Court Marriage in Bangladesh:
Court Marriage in Bangladesh is a well-known and accepted concept or idea that someone can be married through Judicial Court and such marriage in that court is legally valid. But an idea like Court Marriage in Bangladesh greatly accepted among lay people is incorrect. Jurisdiction of such courts or locally, in popular name, known as Court Marriage in Bangladesh is not a marriage at all, rather a declaration or permission from such judicial court. Even after acquiring such permission marriage will only be completed and legally valid when someone pays certain marriage registration fee to Kazi and fills out and sign the marriage registration form and completes the marriage registration under Muslim Marriage & Divorce Registration Act 1974 and Muslim Marriage & Divorce Registration Rules 1975.
According to Bangladeshi Civil Law, all marriages in Bangladesh entail proper Marriage Registration and later that leads to acquiring marriage certificate which is the principal document of marriage. It should be noted that the document and relevant procedures are known as “Court Marriage” is the supplementary document which has no significance without a marriage certificate.
Note: Authorization of a marriage in the name of Court Marriage in Bangladesh is not a marriage at all. Hence, the concerned parties/ couple must participate in their religion formalities and legal formalities (i.e. registration procedure) to solemnize a valid marriage. Notary public authenticated documents have little worth to prove a legal claim regarding the validity of a marriage. It basically ensures originality of a document or certifies a formal declaration.
Hindu- Muslim & other Interreligious Marriage in Bangladesh:
In Bangladesh, family laws are personal, meaning that such matters are governed by the religious laws of the individual concerned. If someone is Muslim then Muslim law will regulate his/her marriage related issues.
However, under the Special Marriage Act of 1872, mix religion/cross marriage is possible among persons professing certain specified different religions namely Hindu, Buddhist, Sikh, and Jain as well as among persons declaring themselves as non-believers (atheists). There will be a different scenario if any of the parties to the marriage is a Muslim. That is, under the Muslim law, a Muslim girl cannot get married to a boy possessing any other religion. Though, a Muslim male can marry any girl, who is a follower of any Kitaab, e.g. a Christian or a Jews only. Hence, a girl cannot get married under the Special Marriage Act 1872 if she declare herself as a Muslim and the boy declares himself as a Christian.
However, the option of marriages among non – believers (atheists) under the Special Marriage Act 1872 still remains open for a Muslim girl. When a marriage is solemnized under the Special Marriage Act 1872, the bride and the bridegroom have to sign a Declaration which states as: “I do not profess the Christian, Jewish, Hindu, Muslim, Parsi, Buddhist, Sikh or Jaina religion” or (as the case may be) “I profess the Hindu, or the Buddhist, or the Sikh or the Jaina religion”.
Interpreting the words of the aforesaid Declaration, it seems that a Muslim girl may either declare herself a non-believer i.e. professing none of the religions or she may declare to profess any one of the religions listed there in i.e. she professes the Hindu, or the Buddhist, or the Sikh or the Jaina religion. Marriage is only allowed between persons declaring to profess any one of the religions specifically mentioned in the second part of the Declaration.
LAC provides Divorce lawyer in Bangladesh also experts Hindu-Muslim & Court marriage in Bangladesh including specialists in child custody. Our lawyers frequently process Hindu-Muslim & Court marriages under Special Marriage Act and Muslim Marriage and Divorce (Registration) Act respectively. In divorce proceedings, when children are involved, the resulting issues are even more complex as custody and child support issues come to the forefront. To ensure that a fair arrangement, based upon the children’s best interests, is reached, you should contact a knowledgeable family lawyer. Our law firm handles child custody cases and can help you to determine the best custody arrangement for you and your children. We will identify the children’s preferences and explain how state laws impact your specific case and family situation. Considering these factors, our family lawyers will work with you to devise a plan of custody for your children. Child custody is dual faceted in that it encompasses both the physical and legal custody of the child. Both of these aspects must be considered during child custody proceedings be it a cross country divorce or a domestic one.
Alimony or Maintenance
Alimony (also known as Spousal Support) is the term that is used for payments that are made by one spouse to the other as a result of a Divorce. In Bangladesh considering the religion spousal support or maintenance, be it past or present varies rapidly. We at LAC can take our prospective clients to the right track depending on their needs according to the law of respective religion which are currently in force in Bangladesh.
Each year millions of parents across the country seek judicial intervention in child support matters. Courts generally adhere to an objective process when determining the proper child support amount. Whether you are a single parent seeking child support or a non-custodial parent with questions about your current support order, our family lawyers can help to ensure that your children receive the necessary financial support congruent with your income as well as ex-partner’s earnings. Child support calculation is generally based upon a number of financial factors pertaining to both parties. Our knowledgeable legal team will help you compile your financial information as well as ascertain the other parent’s current situation in order to make certain your support obligation is fair in light of both party’s monthly income and lifestyle. In Bangladesh factors commonly considered by family court judges include:
Monthly employment income
Additional medical expenses for the child
Each parent’s contribution to extra-curricular expenses
Costs of daycare or private school tuition
Number of children involved in the action
Number of dependents of either party