Family & Divorce Matters - B Pramanik & Associates

Family & Divorce matter

Family disputes and divorce cases have increased significantly in recent decades.. Complications in a relationship and marriages lead to divorce. Family and divorce law differs from other laws in a number of ways.

Pramanik Association offers a wide variety of litigation services related to family and divorce

Grounds of divorce and judiciary Separation

Here, we'll talk about a few divorce-related laws that are relevant to the Indian legal system.

  • Adultery:When a man or woman engages in an illegal relationship, the victim party has the right to petition for divorce and judicial separation.
  • Cruelty:Cruelty is associated with physical abuse, inappropriate behaviour, and both mental and physical pressure; these types of cases result in divorce.
  • Conversion:It has frequently been seen that some individuals force their partners to change their religion after marriage; in such a situation, the victim party may petition for divorce.
  • Presumed Death:When a person has not spoken or in touch with their partner through any means for the past seven years, it is presumed that they have died. In case, the victim party may petition for divorce.

Hindu marriage ACT 1955

The Hindu Marriage Act is the main statute governing marriage and divorce in Indian law. To better know Divorce we must be aware of what is Hindu Marriage ACT 1955 We'll talk about its complete sections and how they operate.


Frequently Asked

What is an NGO? What role does it play in civil society?

NGO refers to Non-government organizations It is also called NPO (Non-profitable Organisation), were first called such in Article 71 in the Charter of the newly formed United Nations in 1945. While NGOs have no fixed or formal definition, they are generally defined as nonprofit entities independent of governmental influence (although they may receive government funding).

What is the difference between the author of trust, trustee, and Beneficiary?

Author of Trust: This individual transfers his business or property to a trustee. Trustee: This person is responsible for maintaining the business's property for a predetermined amount of time. Beneficiary: After a certain amount of time, the beneficiary is the person who will truly own the asset or company.

What are the Governing Law for NGO Registration in India?

In India, NGO Registration are governed by the 3 Acts are as follows:

  • NGO Registration under Indian Societies Act, 1860 (State Acts)
  • NGO Registration under Indian Trusts Act, 1882
  • Under Section 8 of the Indian Companies Act, 2013
  • How many forms are applicable for NGOs in India?

    In India, legal services are relatively more affordable than in any other nation. However, the legal service process takes a while.

    What is the difference between society and Trust?

    Trust and Society They belong to an NGO. Even while society and trust are sometimes considered to be the same, they actually slightly different from each other.

  • Society: The Society Registered Act of 1860 governs societies. A society must have a minimum of 7 members in order to be established, and members cannot be blood relatives. Society ought to be renewed annually.
  • Trust: The India Trust Act of 1882 governs trusts. Blood relations are permitted in a trust, and only two people can form one at first. Trust does not require renewal, although it does require annual auditing.
  • Can you help me to open an NGO?

    Yes, we can and we will help you to open a NGO.

    Can I make a profit with NGO?

    Yes, you can make money with an NGO, but always keep in mind that these are non-profit organizations, therefore any profits you do generate cannot be shared between you and the members of your NGO. In essence, NGO profits should be used to improve society.

    Do I have to pay tax for NGO donations?

    No, donations made to NGOs are completely tax-free.

    What can you do to help us with our NGO and trust issues?

    You can reach us for all your query at the given location:-

  • Location: 158, Dumdum Road, Kolkata - 700074, West Bengal, India
  • (Beside Dumdum Ghoshpara State Bank E-Corner; Landmark - Dumdum Hanuman Mandir)
  • Phone: +91 9339055647
  • Email:
  • Website:
  • How to register NGO?

    First, you would need to pick a name, then check to see if it is already registered. If the desired name doesn’t exist yet, you can proceed to apply with the Registrar for a Certificate of Incorporation. The easiest way of registering your Non-Government Organization is by doing it with Vakilsearch. We do all the work for you and you don’t have to bother about the running about for the process.

    What to register - Trust, Society or Company?

    Depending on the type of work you want to do, it is best to apply accordingly. For the best solution, contact one of our experts at B Pramanik & Associates for a better understanding as to which registration method suits your NGO the best.

    Why do you need to register an NGO?

    There are many reasons why it is better to register an NGO. One of the most important ones in funds. As an NGO you will receive funds from various quarters. The money you get from donors has to be put in a bank. To open a bank account under a company or an NGO, you need to have some documents. The registration of an NGO provides you with documents to show that funds are received in the NGO's name.

    How to start an NGO in India?

    Get to know about the steps involved in starting an NGO.

    How can we help in NGO Grants? - Why B Pramanik & Associates

    Consultation for selecting registration type

  • We do a thorough consultation to understand which registration would suit you the best- NGO / Society/ Trust registration.
  • We will inform you of all the documents required to complete the online NGO registration form
  • The final step is the formation of your NGO.

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