NRI Legal Service Lawyer in Delhi​

There are varied legal issues that NRIs face like property disputes, the partition of ancestral property, divorce, child custody & transfer of property. All these issues comprise NRIs who are new to the legal system of India.

Because of family disputes, divorce, and custody battles, innocent children get caught up in the psychological as well as legal warfare between both their parents.
The custody of children is decided upon a non-negotiable “best interest & welfare” instrument that means that the parent given the custody will serve the child educationally, socially, emotionally, and medically.

But, there really are numerous issues that might pop up for either those NRIs who are moving back or those who do not wish to move back to India.

Legal Light Consulting provides the facility to NRI’s residing in different countries to get introduced to an Indian-qualified Lawyer who will elaborate and discuss our matter and will give you advise/assistance and suggest solutions accordingly.

We will also represent your matter in court as and when the need arises. If you are impelled by circumstances to initiate fresh litigation in India we shall look after that.

The advantage of one-to-one communication with your lawyer regarding your case will help you to achieve the desired outcome in spite of the long distance.

Therefore, most of our clients do not require a visit to India to attend to their legal affairs as we shall take care of things for them. We will ensure that the needful is done in your case depending on what course of action would be in your best interest.


To represent our clients in various courts in relation to legal disputes /cases. To file various documentation on behalf of clients

  • Written statement
  • Reply
  • Affidavits
  • Wills
  • Power of Attorney
  •  Company formation in India /Joint Ventures /Making Investments
  • Property management ;
    (a) Transfer of Property
    (b) Partition of property
    (c) Property Search
    (d) Evaluation of Property
    (e) Buying and selling property
    (f) Litigation pertaining to land and property disputes
  • Matrimonial matters /Divorce proceeding / Child custody /Settlement.
  • Landlord-tenant dispute.
  • Writ petitions
  • An appeal in the High Court
  • Criminal Matters /Complaints /Bails/Appeals
  • Immigration and citizenship issues.
  • Adoption
  • OCI Applications
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