We are a client centric law firm with high levels of professional standards and ethics. Our lawyers in Chandigarh are experts in their specific areas of practice, which enables them to successfully represent clients in the Punjab and Haryana High Court and Supreme Court of India. The highlight of our experienced lawyers is their attention to details, which separates them from the rest of their ilk. Unlike the traditional local lawyers, our senior advocates believe in delivering perfection through precision. It is this kind of work ethic that resonates through our dealing with, and handling of the most complex matters of, our domestic and international clients. Click here to know who we are.
Our experienced criminal lawyers in Chandigarh relish the legal challenges thrown by the complex criminal matters in the Punjab and High Court. We realize the importance of pleadings in such matters. Our lawyers have an impressive track-record of more than 45 years of successful practice in the Punjab and Haryana High Court at Chandigarh and Supreme Court of India. Besides, our advocates have collaborations with expert witnesses, like handwriting experts or forensic experts, in order to holistically approach all the dimensions and technical aspects involved in the case. If you are involved in a case in the local court, you must have come across “settlement” as an option at a very early stage of the life of the case. However, before agreeing to the settlement, you require a professional lawyer to equip you with the prudent legal advice in order to avoid severe unfavorable legal ramifications.
Our best divorce lawyers in Chandigarh have expertise in resolving family and matrimonial disputes through expert legal counsel and representation in the Punjab and Haryana High Court at Chandigarh. Our divorce lawyers ensure that the difficult times you are going through are somewhat alleviated by rendering the best legal services in family disputes and divorce matters. There are a number of legal provisions in law that involve the intricacies, which only the best divorce lawyer in Punjab and Haryana can understand and handle in courts. For instance, Section 498A (IPC), Section 125 (Cr.P.C.), penal provisions of Dowry Prohibition Act and Domestic Violence Act, complex legalities in Hindu Marriage Act, are some of the major legal challenges that need to be tackled in the complex procedural environment that prevails in Indian courts, which only the best matrimonial disputes lawyer can understand with full lucidity. Once entrusted to our divorce law specialists, you can be rest assured that your case will be managed on priority basis by our dedicated divorce lawyer.
Our Clients include entrepreneurs and start-ups, small and medium scale industries and family-owned businesses (HUFs) – Our Law Firm in India is committed to assisting every client achieve their specific goals. We are aware that results come out of vacuum. Resolving complex legal issues and grabbing ever fleeting opportunities require a deep knowledge of your business and your circumstances. Unencumbered by bureaucracy, our law firm in India are quick to make independent, informed and creative decisions. We get straight to the heart of the matter, create cost-effective strategies and eliminate unnecessary delays.
Our Chandigarh lawyers have a reputation for their Intellectual Property practice, which is a highly specialized area of corporate law. Broadly, intellectual property rights encompass a variety of rights, including copyrights, trademarks, patents, designs, geographical indications and the like. However, recently database rights have assumed a greater significance in an era where information and data are considered as primary assets of a legal entity. The cases relating to the intellectual property rights should never be entrusted to a lawyer who is not equipped to handle their intricacies. This can be ensured only if you hire professional intellectual property rights advocates to take care of your cases pertaining to the intellectual property. Our intellectual property lawyers have requisite experience, craft and wherewithal to successfully uphold your intellectual property rights in the court of law.
NRIs are generally skeptical about getting a proper legal advice for the matters pertaining to their Indian connections. This skepticism sprouts from the fact that the legal practice in India has been by and large unprofessional and disorganized. However, things have changed for the better. The lawyers in India are now highly skilful, professional and remain updated on the latest developments both on the domestic and international legal arena. The NRIs can assuredly entrust their legal matters to our NRI lawyers who will ensure that your legal problems are taken care of without much hassle in the Punjab and Haryana High Court and the Supreme Court of India. The most common cases concerning the NRIs fall under the following category: divorce cases or matrimonial disputes cases, family disputes and property cases. Our Punjab lawyers for NRI disputes are renowned for giving a distinct advantage to our clients in the courts.
Property matters are perhaps the most complex of all the cases heard by the courts in and around Chandigarh. This is because of age old laws, rules and regulations that still govern the local land transactions and dealings. The terminology used in the official records is not easy to comprehend. Such matters are best left to the judgment of a professional property advocate practicing in the Punjab and Haryana High Court. The best property lawyer in Chandigarh, Punjab and Haryana will educate you on some lesser known facts in the property matters. For example, the fees paid to the advocates can be recovered from the other party in property matters; the peculiar procedure to lead evidence and challenge the evidence led by the other party; how the testimony of one witness is to be corroborated by another or how a testimony is to be contradicted.
The population is dominated by the working class where the rights of the employees are often under stress due to various legal aspects concerning promotions, transfers, suspensions, terminations, bonus, gratuity, etc. Usually, the disputes arise sue to the wrong interpretation of legal provisions by the employer. However, the actual legal position of the affected employees can only be assessed by service matters lawyers who have handled similar cases and understand the finer aspects of the legalities involved in such cases. Our service matter advocates have dealt with all aspects of service matters and have extensive experience in the Punjab and Haryana High Court and the Supreme Court to deliver favorable verdicts for their clients. Our service matter advocates remain updated on the latest judgments of the superior courts in order to properly appreciate the latest interpretation of various rules and regulations forming part of service law jurisprudence.
Judicial activism through public interest litigation has been in trend since the past three decades or so. The vital aspect of public interest litigation is the foregoing of the pre-condition of locus standi to initiate a legal case in the High Courts and Supreme Court, The only requirement is that the remedy being sought concerns the interests of public at large. Such litigation are highly specialized ones that require the only the expert public interest litigation lawyers of Chandigarh who have a strong experience in filing such litigation in Punjab and Haryana High Court at Chandigarh and the Supreme Court of India. Our public interest litigation lawyers have deep knowledge about the concept of ‘public interest’ as applicable in the national and international jurisdictions. Typically, it is not easy to satisfy the judges about the existence of ‘public interest’ in the matter. This is where our experienced public interest litigation lawyers come in and impress the judiciary with their argumentative skills.
Lawyers in Punjab
Punjab is one of the most prosperous and developing state in India. The state shares borders with Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana and Rajasthan. Its capital is Chandigarh which is a Union Territory. Chandigarh is also capital of Haryana. After partition of India, Punjab – like Bengal – was divided between India and Pakistan. That part of divided Punjab which formed part of India was further divided on the basis of language, religion and culture in the year 1966 and 3 new states – Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh – were created. Majority of population in Punjab is Sikh population. Economy of Punjab is based on Agriculture. In 1970s, Punjab economy swelled because of Green Revolution. Punjab has rich and fertile alluvial soil and has extensive canal system for irrigation which also resulted in sudden growth in agriculture economy. In industries Punjab leads in manufacturing of agricultural goods which are also exported, scientific instruments, machine tools, bicycles (Ludhiana), fertilisers, garments, sewing machines, sports goods (Jalandhar is famous for those), starch, textiles, steel rolling mills (Gobindgarh) and tourism. Punjab literally means “land of five rivers”. After partition, only two rivers Sutlej and Beas flow through India-Punjab. Punjab can be divided into 1. area between Ravi, Beas and Sutlej Rivers i.e. Majha (Amritsar, Pathankot, Gurdaspur and Tarn Taran); 2. area between Beas and Sutlej i.e. Doaba (one of the most fertile wheat producing regions in the world). Main cities in Doaba are Jalandhar, Hoshiarpur, Shahid Bhagat Singh Nagar(Nawashahr), Kapurthala and Phagwara; 3. area on South of Satluj i.e. Malwa. Malwa is majority of Punjab and the main cities are Barnala, Bathinda, Fazilka, Ferozepur, Ludhiana, Mansa, Moga, Mohali, Patiala, Rupnagar, Sangrur. Punjab has 22 districts and 5 major administrative divisions – Patiala, Rupnagar, Jalandhar, Faridkot and Firozepur.
Haryana, a landlocked state, was carved out of former Punjab in 1966 on linguistic basis. Its capital is Chandigarh. Haryana is considered to be one of the fastest growing economies in South Asia because it shares borders with New Delhi, capital of India. It consists of Yamuna-Ghaggar plains, Shivalik Hills, Semi-desert sandy plains and Aravali Range. The state is not well irrigated and needs more water for prosperous agriculture. However, the state has seen remarkable spurt in economy in recent times with development of NCR region. Language of Haryana is Haryanvi which is a dialect of Hindi. Its official language is Hindi. Haryana is famous for its sports personalities. It has brought forth some of the best wrestlers and boxers in India.
Chandigarh is a union territory and is capital of both Punjab and Haryana. Chandigarh is directly goverened by Union Government and Punjab and Haryana has no influence over its governance. It also has a seat for Member Parliament (MP). The term tri-city includes Chandigarh, SAS Nagar Mohali and Panchkula. It is one of the best planned cities in India. It is world famous for its architecture and was designed by French architect Le Corbusier. UNESCO has declared Chandigarh’s Capitol Complex as World Heritage. It has the highest per capita income among Indian states and UTs. It is also considered to be the wealthiest city in India.