• Ch. Zulfiqar Ali Goheer Advocate
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    Your Family Lawyer to resolve all the Matrimonial, Civil, Family, Court Marriage Nikah, Custody of Children, Divorce, Dower, Dowry, Maintenance allowance of Children, and Property of Females Disputes all over the Pakistan

    Law Vision Pakistan

    Law vision (Pakistan)

    Law vision (Pakistan) is a reputed Law Firm of the leading lawyers Headed by CH. Zulfiqar Ali Goheer Advocate. We are Serving since, 1989 in the field of providing Consultancy services to the litigants in all areas of Law Practice. Civil disputes, Family, Matrimonial, Court Marriage Nikah, Divorce, Custody of Children and Maintenance matters are our expertise. We Provide On_line/ On Phone Court Marriage Nikah Services and Resolve all Other Matrimonial Disputes throughout Pakistan. Read More..

  • Court Marriage Nikah

    Court Marriage is Law vision's Modern Online Service, through which we provide Nikah facility to clients, even if they are at their home. Shadi / Nikah On Phone/Online is just like Court / Ordinary Marriage. It is valid under Shariat and Legal in all respects if it is done through Law vision. Nikah will be registered according to the Pakistan Islamic Laws.

    We would like to clarify just for information of our clients that when Nikah is registered during Court Marriage even when it is done on phone or on Internet, the Nikah Nama which will be Provided by Us will be just like Nikah Nama of arranged marriage. You have only to contact us. And provide the following Documents Scanned by E-Mail or Photo Copies on Our Courier address:

    1. ID Cards of both Sides
    2. Photos of Both sides
    3. Cell Numbers of both the parties
    4. Permanent Address of the Both
    5. Present Address of the Both
    6. Appointment of Wakil Letter
    7. Expenses of Nikah

    After receiving Documents we will settle Date and Time of Nikah with your Consultation, at which time Our Nikah Registerar, Nikah Khawan, Our Staff Member, Bride and Groom will appear or be online on Conference Call, in which Nikah will be Held, After Nikah, Nikah Registerar will Complete all 4 Nikah Namas, all the Parties i.e. Bride, Groom and / or their Wakils, Wittnesses, Nikah Registerar and Nikah Khawan will Sign the Nikah Namas and the same will be Complete, Valid and Sharie Nikah Nama of the Parties. In case any Party of Nikah is not present at the time of Nikah, we will send all the 4 Nikah Namas for Signatures of Bride or Groom by Courier.

    We are the Sole Court Marriage Law Firm in Pakistan, providing Court Marriage/Nikah on line/Nikah on phone services. Hundred of Couples through out the World, mostly from Pakistan, UAE, USA, Canada, UK, Saudia Arabia, Indonasia, Malasia, Germany, India, Kuwait, and in many more countries enjoying their Happy Family lives after availing our Court Marriage Nikah.

  • Essentials of a Islamic Marriage

    To Know about the Essentials of a Valid Nikah under Shariat. A Question was Asked for obtaining Fatwa From the Ulmaz of Islam Help Line. Both the Question and Answer being Re-Produced here for General Knowledge of Muslims seeking for their Nikah.

    Question: What is the essentials of Islamic Marriage?

    Answer: The following conditions must be met and are absolutely essential for a legal Islamic Marriage:

    • 1. The man woman are non-mehram.
    • 2. The man and woman to agree to the marriage.
    • 3. Two witnesses
    • 4. Mehr should be agreed upon.


    Note: In the clear terms and Conditions of Nikah cited above, there is No need of Personal appearance of Bride in the Meeting of Nikah Ceremony, as usually in our society as per custom, Bride never attends the meeting of Nikah and only grant Consent for Nikah.

    In Procedure under Nikah over Phone, When Bride Consents for Nikah, by phone, By Written Words, By signing Nikah Names or appoints her Wakil for Nikah, it will be legal and Sharie Nikah in all respects, when it will be done after fulfilling all the four Conditions of Islamic Nikah mentioned above.

  • Nikah over the phone

    As Following are Conditions of Nikah:
    • 1. The man woman are non-mehram.
    • 2. The man and woman to agree to the marriage.
    • 3. Two witnesses.
    • 4. Mehr should be agreed upon.

    Nikah can be done over the phone, it is Sharie and legal in all respects. and the ulamas in many Countries including Indonesia have also given its fatwa that Nikah over the Phone is according to Sharia In Indonesia It have done by 2 pairs of bride and bride groom. One pair the woman in Jakarta and the man in the USA and the another pair the bride in Jakarta and the bride groom in Australia. In modern world and in the era of information technology it will be easy. Even we can see the face of someone who speaks on the phone Referrance:


    Best way of Nikah over the phone under Islamic Law

    The better and purer way to get married to the woman who lives in another country and cannot personally attend the Nikaah ceremony for any reason, would be if the woman would appoint a ‘wakeel’ or give the authority to someone to marry them. One of the main conditions of Islamic Nikaah is the offer from the groom, and the acceptance from the bride or her appointed ‘wakeel’; and the two witnesses to this contract. If the witnesses are such that they are able to recognize and identify the voice of the woman over the phone, and confirm that the woman is indeed the same whom the man has offered to marry; there is absolutely no harm if the marriage is done through the telephone. But if one does perform the Nikah offer and acceptance through the telephone, it would be deemed a perfectly legal marriage in the sight of Islam and Shariah.

    Whatever written of Truth and benefit is only due to Allah’s Assistance and Guidance, and whatever of error is of me. Allah Alone Knows Best and He is the Only Source of Strength.

    Reference: http://www.islamhelpline.com/view_answer
  • Your Particulars For Nikah

    If you have decided to avail our Court Marriage Nikah Service, it is Desired that you Fill up the Form below, Enter your Correct Particulars with your Standard Spellings and Submit to us for Entering data in Your Nikah Nama, Particulars of Both of You i.e. Groom & Bride Required. But any one may send after consulting the other Party.

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    (VIII OF 1961)

    An Ordinance to give effect
    to certain recommendations of the
    commission on marriage and Family Laws.

    Section 5
    Registration of marriages

    5. Registration of marriages.

    (1) Every marriage solemnized under Muslim Law shall be registered in accordance with the provisions of this Ordinance.
    (2) For the purpose of registration of marriage under this Ordinance, the Union Council shall grant licenses to one or more persons, to be called Nikah Registrars, but in no case shall more than on Nikah Registrar be licensed for any one Ward.
    (3) Every marriage not solemnized by the Nikah Registrar shall, for the purpose of registration under this Ordinance be reported to him by the person who has solemnized such marriage.
    (4) Whoever contravenes the provisions of such-section (3) shall be punishable with simple imprisonment for a term which may extent to three months, or with fine which may extend to one thousand rupees, or with both.
    (5) The form of Nikahnama, the registers to be maintained by Nikah Registrars, the records to be preserved by Union Councils, the manner in which marriage shall be registered and copies of Nikahnama shall be supplied to parties, and the fees to be charged thereof, shall be such as may be prescribed.
    (6) Any person may, on payment of the prescribed fee, if any, inspect at the office of the Union Council the record preserved under sub-section (5), or obtain a copy of any entry therein.

    Court Decisions

    1. Where Dispute was regarding validity of Nikah
    2. Transfer of immovable property in lieu of dower through Nikahnama
    3. Suit for Jactitation of marriage
    4. Registration of marriage
    5. Nikahnama. Whether public document
    6. Interference by Police
    7. Entries relating to alienation of property
    8. Entries in "Nikahnama
    9. Dower
    10. Dower money whether deferred - Proof --Documentary evidence should not be by-passed by contradictory and inconsistent oral evidence
    11. Column 19 in Nikahnama. Object
    12. Allegations of interpolation by Nikah Registrar in Nikah Register
    1. Allegations of interpolation by Nikah Registrar in Nikah Register-­Union Council under r. 7(4). has power to revoke licence and prosecute Registrar . Entries made .by Registrar, however, cannot be corrected by Deputy Commissioner in his capacity as Controlling Authority. Allegation that amount of Rs. 2,000 as dower money was changed to Rs. 20,000 by Nikah Registrar­-Determination of dispute, regarding correct amount agreed upon by parties, rests with Civil Court. P L D 1967 Kar. 165
    2. Column 19 in Nikahnama. Object .When a line was drawn in space against Col. No.19 in Nikahnama provided for mentioning restriction, if any, on right of husband to divorce, that would mean that parties at time of Nikah did not agree to put restriction on right of husband to divorce. Such fact alone, held, would not advance case of husband that wife would not be entitled to recover anything from him inasmuch as Nikah was nothing but an agreement between parties. No bar in law exists for the parties to enter into another agreement restricting right of divorce of husband. Contention of wife that agreement was executed between her and husband according to which in case of divorce, [to her] husband would pay to her specific amount. Husband in his written statement denied execution of such agreement, but while appearing in Court as witness admitted his signature on the said agreement but showed his ignorance about terms of agreement. Execution of disputed agreement otherwise fully proved on record. Appellate Court thus was right to hold, such agreement to be valid. 1989 M L D 985
    3. Dower money whether deferred - Proof --Documentary evidence should not be by-passed by contradictory and inconsistent oral evidence - Evidence on record, when taken as a whole, manifested that nothing was paid to wife at the time of or before the Nikah towards dower money and such dower was deferred .­ Actual terms of marriage duly reflected in Nikahnama, prescribed by law, was the primary evidence in all cognate matters - Contents of such document i.e., Nikahnama could not have been routinely by-passed on the basis of any oral testimony, morose, when same was of a contradictory and shifting character. Marriage solemnized under Muslim Personal Law, being a contract and same having been reduced to writing, no oral evidence contravening written terms of such contract was admissible except in circumstances contemplated by provisions of Arts.102 & 103, Qanun.e.Shahadat, 1984 - Present case was not covered by any of the exceptions contemplated in Arts. 102 & 103, Qanun.e.Shahadat, 1984. P L D 1992 Kar.46
    4. Dower—Factum of gift of property by husband to wife in lieu of dower as recorded in column No. 13 of Nikahnama—Presumption of truth was attached to Nikahnama, which could not be rebutted—Husband after having gifted property to wife in lieu of dower would have no title to dispose of same. PLD 2004 SC 10
    5. Entries in "Nikahnama" showing transfer of property in lieu of dower-Non-registration of such transfer-Effect-Transfer of property in lieu of dower at the time of marriage by husband in favour of his wife, was neither sale nor the same required any registered document for completion-Entries in "Nikahnama" showing transfer of property in lieu of dower would be sufficient evidence of events and arrangements which had already been subscribed to by parties and the same being not sale did not require registration. Entries in "Nikahnama" showing transfer of property in lieu of dower by husband to wife-Possession of property in question was given to wife in acknowledgement of dower-Husband's uncle claiming property in question on basis of exchange after wife had been divorced by her husband-Effect-Appellant claiming property in exchange did not appear in witness.box to answer charges of his conspiracy with husband of plaintiff (lady) and that he had trespassed and dispossessed her-Basic ingredients of claimed bona fide transfer for value without notice were missing-Appellant could not prove having made bona fide inquiries before alleged exchange and, on the contrary, exchange was made during pendency of plaintiff's suit-First Appellate Court, thus, had not committed any error of law in decreeing plaintiff's suit-No interference was warranted in impugned judgment. 1999 C L C 163
    6. Entries relating to alienation of property--Such Nikahnama, entries wherein mentioned alienation of property in lieu of dower, did not make it an instrument or document of transfer of property but it was to be taken merely as a record of it-Columns contained in Nikahnama clearly indicated that they referred to arrangement that had already been subscribed to, by the parties-Such record is prepared only to verify those events which had already happened-Contemporaneous preparation of a record of events before the controversy had arisen, would be good evidence for proving the state of facts in controversy-Document of Nikahnama coupled with the evidence of the person who solemnized such “Nikah” and witnessed all the recitals contained therein, would be sufficient in the ordinary course, to prove factum of alienation of property in lieu of dower, unless there was strong rebuttal of it. Bona fide purchaser for valuable consideration from an ostensible owner-Entitlement to protection under S.41, Transfer of Property Act, when not to be available-Alienation of a part of disputed land in favour of contesting respondent in lieu of dower having taken place earlier from the same Khata by the same owner, sale transaction in appellant's favour was subjected to a claim for a declaration that she was owner to the extent of land having been alienated in her favour in lieu of dower, and being a co-sharer had a superior right of pre-emption over the rest of land-In denying to appellant protection under S.41, Transfer of Property Act, Courts below had rightly taken note of the fact that two transactions were very recent having taken place within a period of two years and that failure of appellant to take note of entries of Nikahnama which being a public document copy thereof was available to him to ascertain factum of alienation in favour of contesting respondent, would disentitle him to claim protection under S.41, Transfer of Property Act, 1882 because being a transferee he was bound to make enquiry as to extent of entitlement of transferor to transfer same to him. 1989SCMR651
    7. Interference by Police:- Petitioner being sui juris of 20 years contracting marriage with a person of, her own choice without consent of her father - Police Officer harassing spouses and interfering with their marital life - Effect - Marriage between spouses did not suffer from any legal infirmity - Couple was, thus, entitled to live together to enjoy their marital life - Police or any other State Agency has no authority to interfere in the marital life of couple where husband and wife are sui-juris and they have contracted marriage with their own free consent - Duty of Police or other State Agency lies in protecting marriage as enjoined by Art. 35 of the Constitution-Police was directed not to cause any harassment to couple or other members of husband's family .Any body feeling aggrieved by such marriage could approach the proper Court but police had no business to interfere in matrimonial disputes.
    14. Nikah, proof of-Copy of Nikahnama produced would not require production of witnesses to prove the same. 2002 S C M R 1408 It is a public document and its certified copy can be issued by Nikah Registrar or Secretary of Union Council, which is admissible in evidence. 2002 C L C 518 1994 SCMR 1978 ref. Registered Nikahnama, when to be treated as a public document-Registered document was a public document under Art.85(5) of Qanun.e.Shahadat, 1984 provided execution of same was not disputed-Where execution of Nikahnama was disputed same could not be treated as a public document Marriage-Proof-Declaration by a man and woman that they were married and were husband and wife was enough to support the plea of a valid marriage. Constitutional petition.­ Suit for jactitation of marriage-Onus to prove-Such suit was filed by the female against the man-Trial Court decreed the suit, while the Lower Appellate Court allowed the appeal and dismissed the suit-Validity.­ Lower Appellate Court misread the evidence on record in oblivion of the fact that onus to prove that the female was his legally wedded wife was on the person claiming to be her husband and as such misdirected itself while reversing the judgment and decree of the Trial Court-Judgment and decree of the Lower Appellate Court was without lawful authority and the same was set aside. 2000 Y L R 577
    16. Nikahnama. Whether public document. Nikahnama as being a public document and execution of which was verified by Nikah Registrar who is a public Officer and even a certified copy may be produced in proof of its contents and in the absence of any rebuttal, same hold ground. Both with regard to factual and legal position genuineness and execution of Nikahnama is not questionable. P.L.J.1996 Pesh. 70 = PLD 1996 Pesh. 64.
    Nikah-Non-registration Of - Nikah even if not registered under the law remains valid. 2001 Y L R 644 Registration of marriage, solemnized under Muslim Law, absolutely necessary under S. 5.Non-registration causes doubt on solemnization of such marriage. P L D 1969 Dacca 47
    17. Registration of marriage - Invocation of constitutional remedy-Constitutional petition disposed of by High Court with observation that if petitioner submits Part Nikah alongwith receipt showing that he had paid requisite registration fee, Nikah Registrar would act strictly in accordance with law. 1987 M L D 2276 Return of plaint for its presentation before competent Court.­ Parties were married at Karachi, where their Nikahnama was registered.­ .Parties, after going to Canada entered into another Nikah to satisfy the requirements of law of Canada-Judicial separation was obtained at Canada through concerned Supreme Court-Family Court returned the plaint to wife-Appellate Court set aside said order and remanded the case for its decision after recording evidence of the parties-Contention of husband was that order of Appellate Court was not legal as .both the parties were Canadian nationals-Validity-Husband, despite raising such plea had not shown that parties had lost their Pakistani citizenship.­ Registration of Nikahnama as well as residence of wife at Karachi was not disputed by husband nor said marriage had legally been dissolved.­ Second Nikah at Canada was an exercise in futility as second Nikah over and above an existing valid Nikah was not recognized in Islam nor its judicial separation-Wife was justified in instituting suit at Karachi-.­Impugned order was not suffering from any legal infirmity' or jurisdictional error-High Court dismissed Constitutional petition in limine. 2002 C L C 1744 PLD 1967 SC 97 and PLD 1979 SC 864 ref.
    Registration of Nikah-Method-Violation of procedure attracts punitive action. P L D 1996 Lah. 709
    18. Suit for Jactitation of marriage . Jurisdiction Family Court has exclusive jurisdiction to entertain such suit. Thus suit for declaration that the defendant is not the husband or wife of the plaintiff but that the defendant alleges to be the wife or husband of the plaintiff, is a suit for Jactitation of marriage. Such suit falls under this category and could, therefore, be filed only before a Family Court. P L D 1974 Lah.105
    19. Transfer of immovable property in lieu of dower through Nikahnama. Whether required registration under Registration Act. Nikahnama is in the form prescribed under Muslim Family Laws Ordinance, 1961 and rules framed thereunder and which is registered with Nikah Registrar in accordance with rules prescribed therefor and having different status than any other unregistered document through which some immovable property had purportedly been transferred. Hon’ble S.C. answered with regard to non-registration or non-entry of dower deed in relevant record by holding in case Fazal-ur-Rehman vs. Mst. Sosan Jan and others that columns in Nikahnama indicate that they refer to arrangements that had already been scribed to by parties and record was prepared only to verify events which had already happened. Dower deed by which immovable property purported to be transferred was not to be compulsory register-able under Registration Act. P.L.J.1996 Pesh. 70 == PLD 1996 Pesh. 64.
    20. Where Dispute was regarding validity of Nikah-Petitioner claimed to be husband of respondent on the basis of a registered Nikahnama-Respondent denied the fact of Nikah with the petitioner and stated to be wife of some other person- Statement of the respondent (lady) was supported by evidence of her father-Effect- Where there was no material elicited to discredit testimony of the respondent High Court declined to interfere with the findings of fact recorded by Lower Appellate Court, as the same were based on proper appraisal of evidence and sound reasoning-Petition was dismissed in circumstances. 2001 Y L R 644

    Dissolution of Muslim Marriages Act , 1939

    Option of puberty--Appellant exercised her right of repudiating marriage at the age of 24 years--Whether repudiation of marriage is established at this late juncture when she failed to exercise her right before attaining age of eighteen years--Question of--It is admitted by learned counsel for respondent that marriage has not been consummated, Rukhsati has not taken place, despite best efforts made by respondent--He has also filed suit for restitution of conjugal rights, in which it was pleaded by him, that after Nikah, she did not live with respondent as his wife and no rukhsati has taken place yet--This circumstance lends support to fact pleaded in plaint that she has repudiated marriage--Held: Appellant has repudiated marriage performed during her age of minority--Appeal accepted. PLJ 1997 Shariat Court (AJ&K) 68
    S. 4 is clear and unambiguous and one cannot fall back upon preamble to alter meanings of words in S. 4Retrospective intent not inferred. P L J 1981 Supreme Court 100
    Suit or dissolution of marriage decreed on around of cruelty shown by husband-Appeal nos provided—Writ petition on basis of "no evidence"— Record evincing that cruelty though not physical but' certainly mental meted out to wife—Constitutional Jurisdiction not Invoked to weigh evidencs and draw another possible Inference, P L J 1980 Karachi 239
    Exercise of option of puberty Contention dial since dissolution of marriage on account of exercise of right of option of puberty had not been ratified by Court within the age of 18 years. suit wa righty dismissed -Held : contention has no force, Court's order is not essential for Imparting validity to the exercise of option of pubertyCourt may give a declaration to that effect in any proceedings. P. L. J. 1981 Lahore 112
    Effect of conversion Appellant (Muslim wife) renouncing Islam in 1924 converting as Christian-Marriage with her husband 'A' automatically dissolved-Appellant reverting and embracing Islam and marrying RAppellant (in civil proceedings) not to prove second marriage (with R) beyond reasonable doubtR in certain civil proceedings had also acknowledged appellant as his wife-Appellant, held, as wife of R (deceased) and other appellants as children of wedlock. P L J 1981 Supreme Court 100
    Repudiation of marriage--What procedure is prescribed for repudiating marriage--When minor girl is given in marriage by her father or other guardian during her age of minority, then she has right to exercise, 'Khair-ul-Balugh' for repudiating marriage on attaining age of eighteen years--Statute does not prescribe any particular form or procedure for repudiation of marriage--Held: Repudiation of marriage may be by oral words or even by conduct signifying rejection of marriage. PLJ 1997 Shariat Court (AJ&K) 68
    Constitutional petition--Wife seeking dissolution of marriage, inter alia, on ground of fraud which would suggest that element of love was lacking between them right from inception of marriage--Element of fraud as deposed by wife was that husband had told her that he had obtained permission of his first wife which as per statement of wife was false statement--Marriage had taken place in dubious circumstances i.e. at taxi drivers place about which even elders of family did not know nor they participated and blessed the couple--Even if vital age differences between parties were ignored, still circumstances which had come in evidence would reveal that marriage had taken place in dubious circumstances to satisfy worldly lust and not for seeking heavenly blessings--Order for dissolution of marriage passed by Trial Court was, thus, just and proper in circumstances. PLJ 1999 Karachi 124
    Suit decreed on ground of impotency--Constitutional petition by husband--Requirement of law--Decree was passed by learned Judge Family Court on 28.11.1996, but before that husband had filed application contents whereof fully covered requirements of Proviso (c) and hence no decree could be passed unless further requirements of Proviso(c) were complied with--Evidence on record indicates that husband and wife have tried to produce their own medical certificates by consulting doctors themselves and without having been referred for such examination by court--Held : Fancily court had acted without jurisdiction and also has exercised jurisdiction not vested in her--Petition accepted and case remanded back to Judge Family Court for giving decision fresh after complying with provision of Proviso(c) to Section 2 of Dissolution of PLJ 1998 Peshawar 241
    Physical weakness of husband as a ground for dissolution of marriage taken by wife. is not provided anywhere as a ground--Physical weakness does not reflect impotency, therefore, ground of impotency as given in S. 2(v)(c) of the Dissolution of Muslim Marriages Act 1939, was not available to wife and marriage of spouses could not dissolved on such ground. PLJ 2004 Lahore 183
    Suit for dissolution of marriage on the basis of option of puberty--Trial Court dissolved marriage on the basis of Khula--Defendants plea that Khula having not been pleaded in suit filed by plaintiff dissolution of marriage on such ground was not warranted, has no substance as suit filed by plaintiff was suit for dissolution of marriage, thus, Court had to keep under consideration whether marital spouses can live within limits prescribed by God Almighty--Where Court was convinced that marriage cannot subsist then Court can always dissolve marriage on basis the of Khula even if the same was not pleaded in plaint--Perusal of evidence showed that defendant was already married having two wives and children and he had ulterior designs of capturing property inherited by plaintiff--Family Court had, thus, rightly dissolved marriage on the ground of Khula.PLJ 2003 Lahore 1592
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    Law vision (Pakistan’s) Court Marriage Service is very Popular in all over the Pakistan and abroad. As we Provide Nikah services Beyond the limits of some specific Territory as Our Court Marriage Services facilitate our Clients even if they are in any part of the world.

    Law vision (Pakistan) Started Court Marriage Service in 2001. Till now we Conducted Hundreds of Nikah Cases. Muslims all over the world are our target audiences especially peoples living in Pakistan, Middle East, UK, USA and Canada.

    In Dozens of Cases we Deal, one Party was living abroad, and the Nikah was Conducted on Phone after fulfilling all the just Conditions. Many of Couples after Performing their Nikah through our Court Marriage Service are Enjoying their Happy Life in various Parts of the World.

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    Marrying Couple have to pay for Our Consultancy, Govt. Fee, Nikah Registrar Fee, Nikah Khawan Fee, Service and Courier Charges as Under:

    Rs. 25000/- only as Expenses (all expenses included) (In Case of both parties residing in Pakistan)

    Rs. 35000/- only as Expenses (all expenses included, except Courier Charges) (In Case one party residing abroad)

    If after Nikah Some Party willing to get NADRA Nikah Nama which is in English & Urdu, or if Some Party wants to Get their Nikah Nama Translated, Additional Charges will apply.

    We Send Nikah Namas in Pakistan Free of Cost, but if some Party wants the Same to be sent in a Foreign Country, Charges for Courier will apply.

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    For Convenience of Our Valued Clients, we adopted many Handy Payment modes as under:

    On Line Payment Facility

    On_Line Deposit from any branch of ABL in the Following account:
    Bank = Allied Bank of Pakistan
    Account Number = 0956-001-001567125-001-3
    Account Number = 0956-012000633 -2
    Branch Code 0956
    Branch Name = Fort Abbas (Bahawal Nagar) Pakistan
    Account Title = M/S Law vision (Pakistan)

    Bank = United Bank Limited
    Account Number = 00205225123
    Branch Code 0020
    Branch Name = Fort Abbas (Bahawal Nagar) Pakistan
    Account Title = Zulfiqar Ali

    2. Western Union
    We Accept Western Union Payments made in our Favour from any part of the world.

    3. Demand Draft / Cross Cheque / Money Order
    Demand Draft/Cross Cheque/Money Order
    In favour of Lawvision ( Pakistan )

    Courier/Postal Address
    Law vision ( Pakistan )
    Justice Law Chambers
    Fort Abbas (Bahawal Nagar) Pakistan
    CH. Zulfiqar Ali Goheer Advocate
    Cell: 0302-4077416

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    NADRA Nikah Nama

    Law vision (Pakistan) also Provide Post Nikah Services Such as Provision of Nikah Nama on NADRA Computerized Nikah Nama Form and Authentic Translation of Nikah Nama.

    After Registeration of Nikah, Some people Required Translated Nikah Nama for visa Purposes or to be used in Non-Urdu Speaking Countries. So on repeated Request of Our Clients we started this Service.

    Both these Services are Different modes of Translation also differs in their issuing Authority.

    NADRA Computerized Nikah Nama being issued by the Concerned Govt. Department on NADRA Computerized Nikah Form, it is in Both Languages i.e. English & Urdu.

    National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) Govt. of Pakistan Started Computerizing Records of Nikah Nama’s of the citizens of Pakistan.

    As per Procedure, After registration of any Nikah with a UC in Local Government Concerned, any Individual May got his/her Computerized Nikah Nama.

    Computerized Nikah Nama is Being Provided in Two Languages i.e. Urdu and English, Form will be Provided to every individual by National Database and Registration Authority. Local UC Office will Prepare / Print this NADRA Form according to their Record of Nikah Nama. For the Benefit of Our Distinguished Clients, we have started to arrange for their Computerized NADRA Nikah Namas after receiving their usual charges.

    Translation of Nikah Nama

    While we Provide Translated Nikah Nama with Our Translation may or May not be attested by the Notary Public.

    We provide these Post Nikah Services only to our Clients who already have Got their Court Marriage Nikah through Law vision (Pakistan) subject to payment of extra Charges for the Required Document. As such we did not usually provide these Services to the People who got their Nikah registered from Some Other Nikah Registerar.

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    Can divorced women remarry the same husband?

    Question: Weather a Divorced Woman Re-Marry the same Husband:


    In the name of Allah, We praise Him, seek His help and ask for His forgiveness. Whoever Allah guides none can misguide, and whoever He allows to fall astray, none can guide them aright. We bear witness that there is none worthy of worship but Allah Alone, and we bear witness that Muhammad (saws) is His slave-servant and the seal of His Messengers.

    Shariah Law allows for three divorce declarations in any one marriage, the first two divorce declarations of which are revocable; but if a third divorce is pronounced, that would be considered irrevocable.

    Allah Says in the Holy Quran Chapter 2 Surah Baqarah verses 229-230:

    229 A divorce is only permissible twice: after that the parties should either hold together on equitable terms or separate with kindness. It is not lawful for you (men) to take back any of your gifts (from your wives) except when both parties fear that they would be unable to keep the limits ordained by Allah. If ye (judges) do indeed fear that they would be unable to keep the limits ordained by Allah there is no blame on either of them if she give something for her freedom. These are the limits ordained by Allah; so do not transgress them. If any do transgress the limits ordained by Allah such persons wrong (themselves as well as others).

    230 So if a husband divorces his wife (irrevocably for the third time) he cannot after that remarry her until after she has married another husband and he has divorced her. In that case there is no blame on either of them if they reunite provided they feel that they can keep the limits ordained by Allah. Such are the limits ordained by Allah which He makes plain to those who understand.

    If the ‘khula’ which you took from your husband is the first (or the second) establishment of divorce in your marriage, indeed there is allowance in Shariah for the same husband and the wife to remarry each other again through the performance of a brand new ‘nikaah’.

    But if the ‘khula’ taken by the wife is the third establishment of divorce in the marriage, the same couple can never ever remarry each other again, unless the wife happens to marry another husband, and her new husband of his own free will happens to divorce her, or he dies.

    what will be the procedure do we have to do nikah again

    If the ‘khula’ taken by the wife in the marriage is the first (or the second) divorce, the couple have the option in Shariah to remarry each other again…..but a brand new ‘nikaah’ with a brand new ‘mehr’ must be performed between them.

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