Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
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At Capital Vakalat law firm, we pride ourselves on providing high-quality legal services to our clients. We specialize in a wide range of legal areas such as domestic violence, intellectual property, dispute resolution, labour and employment, divorce, criminal litigation, civil litigation, corporate law, arbitration, financial disputes and property settlement in India.
Our team of experienced lawyers is dedicated to providing personalized and effective legal solutions for our clients. We understand that each case is unique and requires a tailored approach. If you are looking for a law firm that is committed to providing exceptional legal services and achieving the best outcome for your case, Capital Vakalat is the right law firm for you.
At Capital Vakalat law firm, we understand the importance of keeping our clients informed about the progress of their case. Our team of experienced advocates will provide regular updates on the status of your case, including any important developments or upcoming court appearances.
We will also make ourselves available to answer any questions or concerns you may have throughout the legal process. Additionally, we will utilize various forms of communication, including email, phone, and in-person meetings, to ensure that you are always aware of what is happening with your case.
After receiving the papers and due fees from the date of receiving the fees the matter will be filed within 7 working days tentative as per the requirement of the draft. If it is civil matter generally initial fees has to be provided under two category:
- Court Fees
- Other fees which include drafting ,filing and listing.
After filing the matter the defect will be cured within 21 working days from receiving the file from the registry. The files from the registry usually take 3-4 days from returning back from the registry.
That after receiving the file only, the defects can be cured. Sometimes due to some unavoidable circumstances the defect curing may take longer. eg – translation process or in P.I.L. matters.
After curing the defects also due to some technical reasons B.A./CRR/Cr.M.P./Appeal number the file may remain at the registry for that the advocate would not be liable.
The advocates would not stand for any guarantee for the listing of the matter as it is the discretion of the registry when the matter will be listed, but the filing AOR and his team would try to expedite the process of filing and listing as early as possible. NO GUARANTEE OF RESULT IS GIVEN WHAT SO EVER.
After the matter is listed it may either be dismissed or notice would be issued or it may be adjourned due to any of the reasons which is difficult to explain.
If notice is issued then also it is the part of the registry to henceforth list the matter. It may either be listed before the Registrar or it may be listed before the Court.
If the matter is listed before the Registrar then also separate fees will be charged from the client. (OPTIONAL)
What happens after the proceedings before the Registrar are complete and where is the matter listed for final disposal?
After the proceedings before the Registrar are complete the matter will once again be listed before the Hon’ble Court for generally final disposal of the matters.
What may happen when the matter is listed before the Hon'ble Court and what is the fee for submitting rejoinder or other documents by the petitioner?
That once the matter is listed before the Hon’ble Court then also it may so happen that rejoinder or other documents has to be given by the petitioner for that also separate fees will be charged by the advocate.
It depends on the specific circumstances of your case. While some legal matters can be handled without the assistance of an advocate, in many cases, having a qualified and experienced legal professional by your side can be crucial to achieving a favorable outcome.
Our team of experienced advocates can provide you with expert guidance and representation to help navigate the legal system and protect your rights and interests. If you’re unsure whether you need an advocate, we recommend contacting us to discuss your case and determine the best course of action.
The length of time it takes to get a divorce can vary depending on the specific circumstances of the case. Factors such as the complexity of the issues involved, the willingness of both parties to reach a settlement, and the backlog of cases in the court system can all affect the length of time it takes to get a divorce.
In general, the process can take several months to a year or more. It’s important to keep in mind that each case is unique and the time frame may be different. It is best to consult with an advocate to get a more accurate estimate of the time frame for your particular case.
Legal custody refers to the legal authority of a parent or guardian to make decisions about a child’s upbringing, including education, healthcare, and religious practices. It can be granted to one or both parents and can be shared or sole. A court will consider the best interests of the child when determining legal custody.
Child custody is determined by the court in the best interests of the child. Factors that are taken into consideration include the child’s relationship with each parent, the child’s home environment, the child’s physical and emotional needs, and any history of abuse or neglect. The court may also consider the wishes of the child, if they are of a certain age and maturity level. Ultimately, the goal is to ensure that the child has a stable and loving home environment, and that their physical, emotional, and developmental needs are met. It is important to note that in India, the Guardians and Wards Act, 1890, governs the laws related to child custody.
If any client is interested to take the N.O.C. he should give at least 7 days prior notice for fetching the N.O.C. and if N.O.C. is taken just before the listing of the case then the fees for the subsequent hearing should be handed over to the advocate concern.
After receiving the fees the caveat will be filed within maximum three (3) working days. Although it would be given maximum priority to file it within 1 day.
Minimum 3 days will be required to receive after applying for a certified copy, it may take time depending on the circumstances of each case.
For getting certified copy process fee and other fees has to be provided by the client
What are the fees for obtaining a certified copy of court documents after the matter is finally disposed off?
Once the matter is finally disposed off then for the certified copy the concerned clerk or the junior counsel will contact the client and separate fees have to be sent to those concerned people. Generally fees would be charged in 3 parts if the matter goes to the final disposal.
- That initially a fee has to be given up till first hearing (1st hearing means till issuing of notice or till dismissal).
- The second installment has to be given if notice is being issued and before it once again goes to the Courtfor final disposal or some further activity.
- Third installment of fees has to be given when the matter will be listed before the Court after issuance of notice.
At Capital Vakalat law firm, we accept a variety of payment methods to make the process as convenient as possible for our clients. These include:
- Online bank transfers (through NEFT, RTGS)
- UPI payments (Ex- GPay, Phone pe, Paytm)
- Cash payments
Please note that all payments are due at the time of service and we do not offer any payment plans or financing options. If you have any questions about our payment methods, please don’t hesitate to contact us.