How to Get Khulla in Pakistan?
First of all it should be clear that what is ‘Khula’? It is actually a kind of divorce without husband’s consent and granted by the Family Court in Pakistan. Muslim Family Law in Pakistan has given powers to the family courts to hear the plea of a grieving wife and grant here a decree of dissolution of marriage on her plea without her husband’s consent.
Pakistani Muslim Family laws are very clear about khula, and this subject is dealt with under Section 8 of the “The Muslim Family Laws Ordinance 1961”. There could be several reasons on basis of which a wife can seek decree of dissolution of marriage under the name of Khulla e.g. hatred between spouses, mis-match, home abuse or torture by husband, husband has gone missing, lost his sanity, or is impotent etc.
How much time is required for Khulla in Pakistan?
Time required for the disposal of Khulla case may vary due to several reasons such as constant absence of husband in the court, schedule of hearing dates, any sudden strike in the court may also cause an unnecessary adjournment for a few days, initialization of reconciliation proceedings with consent of both spouses etc.
How much time is fee for Khulla case in Pakistan?
Well, the answer of this question purely replies on the fact that which lawyers you have contacted for the proceedings of your case. Highly experienced lawyers are bit expensive whereas less experienced would charge less. However, there is one very important factor you should consider is that to decide a fixed price like we offer to our all Khulla and other clients so you would not have to pay any hidden or extra charges at later stage. We at Pk-Legal and Associates has very clear policy to quote a fixed price, sign a proper “Lawyer-Client Engagement Letter” and mention all the terms in it.