Oberoi Law Chambers


Matrimonial Litigation

Matrimonial litigation is a practice area within family law that deals with legal issues arising from the dissolution of a marriage, including divorce, annulment, and legal separation. Our advocates at Oberoi Law Chambers specialize in matrimonial litigation representing clients in court proceedings, negotiations, and mediation to resolve disputes related to property division, alimony, child custody, and child support.

In divorce proceedings, we work to negotiate a fair division of the couple’s assets and debts, including the distribution of real property, personal property, and financial assets such as retirement accounts and investments. Our team also works to determine an appropriate amount of alimony, also known as spousal support, for one spouse to pay to the other.

Child custody and child support are also major issues that are often dealt with in matrimonial litigation. In this practice area, we will work to establish legal and physical custody arrangements for any children of the marriage, taking into account the best interests of the child. We will also work to determine an appropriate amount of child support to be paid by one parent to the other.

As matrimonial litigators, we also work with the clients to help them understand the legal process and the laws that apply to their case. Our team provides comprehensive guidance on how to gather evidence, prepare for court hearings, and negotiate settlements. They will also represent their clients in court, arguing on their behalf and advocating for their rights and interests.

In addition, part of our work as matrimonial litigators is also to help clients with annulment, which is a legal procedure to declare a marriage null and void, and legal separation, which is a court-ordered separation of a married couple.

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