Glimpse of Family Law

The most sensitive and precious gift is named as family. It’s filled with emotion and a problem.

Every problem has a solution and when it is extreme we need to hand over to the next stage. Family court is made for our opinion. And our lawyers are the guider for us. Family law is a brochure that deals with family and domestic relations in court. Here let me know about it in brief because we don’t have an idea about family court and laws.

In Brief – History 

In India, the law is raised in the 1970s. The magistrate is evolved by defining and examining again the legal relationship like Adoption, Divorce, Child custody, etc. Having these laws it affect the aspects of our life to ensure that we need the protection of individual rights and a certain degree of norms for our dignity. It’s also for making a little change on social status. 

Three dates make a history in family law: Legal aid act came into operation on 30th July 1949,

Divorce Reform act on 1st January 1971 and Matrimonial Proceeding and property act in 1970 and Children Act on 14th October 1989 started.

Family law discussed in detail in below link

Law Includes :

Adoption law :

Children are the future pillars of our country is a well-known sentence. Meanwhile in India children are taken much care of and live in the comfort zone but at the same point there are 60,000 children are being unsaved and this is one of the disgusting matters in our country. Adoption is a second chance for children for giving them a secure life. in this process, we have some acts and rules to be followed.

What is adoption?

Adopting a child by legal manner is know to be adoption.


A woman accepts to take a child for another person and the individual becomes as parents after birth. Then, the surrogate mother will be settled by money and the individual will take care of her health issues too.

What is surrogacy?

Surrogacy is legally authorized in India. It was banned in 2015, but now it is legally done with a set of agreements and protocols. If a child born through this process will have citizenship of its surrogate mother this judgment has given by our Indian court. Further details will be explained by lawyers.

Divorce :

Divorce is a legal dismissal of marriage. If the couple feels discomfort in their relation mean they can proceed through the court using a divorce. It is done in two types one is mutual and the other one is contested. 

Divorce with the mutual agreement:

Mutal agreement means they both are willing to do the process without any circumstance. According to section 13-B, the parties fill the petition before the court through their lawyers

Contested Divorce: 

One side raising for the divorce with the huge reason it is called as contested. Without stating a reason husband or wife asking for a divorce and further details will be explained by your lawyers.

Divorce is discussed in detail in the below link

Child custody:

If the marriage breaks with separation of a divorce, the most suffering one is their children. The judgment will be in the right manner according to his/her welfare because their children should not be affected by this issue. And their life too so important right statement will be given at the end of the case. 

For the welfare of children, we should think about the safekeeping of the child, ethical and economic conditions needed, and giving a good education all this is recognized by the judicial.

3 Types in child custody :

1.physical custody – Is all about where children live and who take care of them.

  1. Joint custody – Both of them should take care of all welfare

3.Legal custody – Like joint, both of them should care legally.

Who can claim? Father or Mother of the child can claim for the child-custody. But our Honourable supreme court decision always is a reminder of the child’s life.

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