Payment Policy for Family Matter
We work all types of family matters , the fees for cases of Mutual Consent Divorce and contested divorce varies as per the facts and circumstances of each case.
For Mutual Consent Divorce cases, we have a fixed payment structure and a non-negotiable payment policy which is mentioned below.
Payment Policy for Mutual Consent Divorce cases:
Our Team understand that divorce is a sensitive issue where emotions run high and change of mind happens very frequently.
Keeping all these issues in mind, we charge the payment in four parts and not in one go so that if anyone or both parties change their mind then they are not burdened with the entire case fee, they only lose the part of the fee that is already paid.
First payment: Prospective clients are advised to make the first payment only after duly consulting with their spouse as under no circumstances, the payment already made can be refunded.
Second Payment: Second payment is due after First Motion proceedings in the Court. This payment should be made on the same day. Any delay is charged at Rs. 100 per day of the delay.
Third Payment: Third payment is due after Second Motion proceedings in the Court. This payment should be made on the same day. Any delay is charged at Rs. 100 per day of the delay.
Last Payment: Last payment is due once we share/upload the soft copy of the divorce decree. This payment should be made on the same day on which the decree is shared or uploaded. Any delay is charged at Rs. 50 per day of the delay
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