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Court Marriage In Pakistan

With a 50% discount on our legal fee, now you can get a court marriage in Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Lahore & Karachi for just Rs. 15,000

We are proud to offer a huge 50% discount on court marriage fees in Islamabad, Karachi & Rawalpindi, Pakistan up until Eid ul Fitr. The regular rate is usually between Rs 30,000-Rs 35,000 depending on the details of the case. Now, take advantage of this incredible promotion and avail court marriage at just Rs 15,000!

Pakistan has a nominal court marriage fee

In Pakistan, civil marriage/court marriage fees are nominal in major cities such as Karachi, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Lahore, Multan, Faisalabad, and Peshawar

Pakistani Supreme Law governs court marriages

There are many options for court marriages in Pakistan, including civil marriages, court marriages/love marriages, online marriages, proxy marriages, and traditional marriages. Marriage is a fundamental human right. Pakistan has legalized civil, court and love marriages, with the process being easy either for court marriages/love marriages, online marriages, proxy marriages or traditional marriages.

Traditional marriage costs

In order to organize and conduct a wedding, thousands of rupees are spent. Many of these costs are incurred through borrowing. In consequence, societal norms put a lot of financial pressure on the bride’s family. Therefore, a man cannot find a wife and start a family if he is not financially stable.

Traditional marriages are difficult

Marriage has become so complex in today’s society that many people wait until their mid-thirties before tying the knot. This creates much frustration and unrest among the populace. What followed is an inclination towards immoral activities in order to meet personal needs – physical and emotional. Humans are naturally social beings, meaning we require companionship for a tranquil family life. But society has made marriage incredibly hard, leading to premarital relationships becoming the norm nowadays.

The advantages of court marriages

Pakistan’s court marriage advantages


The following are a few of the major advantages of getting married in court:

According to Pakistani law, court marriages are legal

Performing a court marriage is simple, easy, and inexpensive.

The court can help you get married to the person of your choice.

In Pakistan, couples have the legal right to marry through court or traditional means. The procedure for court marriages is not as complicated as it may seem and is pretty straightforward for young couples of 18. The solemnization of such a union, though generally not done in the actual courtroom, takes place with the help of either a lawyer or Nikah Khawan in their office. In this way, court marriages provide an easier option than traditional ones.


Lawyers assist in a court marriage, which is formally approved by the Nikah Registrar/Magistrate. A Nadra marriage certificate is issued and registered by the Union Council of your locality. The Nikah Nama, also known as a marriage contract, is issued and registered by the local Nikah Registrar. Here it is important to know that registering a marriage is necessary as a non-registered marriage is considered a crime.


Rather than spending a lot of money and time on expensive wedding ceremonies and rituals, you can save money and time.


  1. Court marriages are performed in Pakistan for a variety of reasons. Here are some of them:
  2. There is no agreement between the parents of the man and the woman about arranging their marriage.
  3. Due to family pressure, the couple fears they will not be able to live with their loved one.
  4. A difference in class or culture may prevent a couple from getting married.
  5. They do not wish to show off to society by having an expensive wedding ceremony.
  6. Education and the workplace today promote the union of opposite sexes.
  7. Social transformation has been influenced by modern lifestyles, technology, and media awareness.
  8. Having a clear understanding of their basic rights gives people the confidence to make their own choices.


Court marriages may have far-reaching effects, particularly in Pakistan, a predominantly conservative society. Oftentimes, we come across stories of families’ extreme responses to unions of personal choice. These include filing an FIR against the husband and his family alleging kidnapping and adultery charges on behalf of the bride’s family for harassment or to demand divorce. Nevertheless, such cases usually become unfounded once the bride gives her statement under oath.


If you are considering a court marriage in Pakistan and require assistance or information on the matter, then please get in touch with us. Our skilled court marriage lawyers in Karachi and Islamabad are available to provide free consultation and guidance. The couple must understand their legal rights when it comes to court marriage, as it is done through the local court, where both parties’ rights will be protected by the law. It ensures that the marriage they seek is legally binding and robust. Regardless of when it takes place, a court marriage will always remain accepted by society. By having knowledge of their options, couples can easily realize their dream of finding an appropriate and lawful way to marry each other.


A court marriage in Pakistan is conducted through the honourable court, and so, both the court and the law protect the rights of individuals so that their marriages are legally binding. It’s an invaluable part of modern life and eventually, society must come to accept them. However, there must be an understanding of one’s rights in order to make this dream a reality while adhering to Islamic laws.


In Pakistan, we are among the top law firms that provide court marriage services. Thousands of court marriages have been successfully arranged, and the couples enjoy a peaceful, happy life together. Our team of lawyers understand that marriage is a legal right, so we work hard to make it as convenient and easy as possible for the couples. Our team will take care of all the court procedures necessary to carry out your big event legally and easily, taking into account your wishes and dreams for a court wedding


Any adult male or female in Pakistan has the right to marry and may solemnize through a court ceremony. According to the Muslim Family Laws Ordinance, 1961, in Pakistan, any citizen (man or woman) can marry the opposite sex and the state has a duty to protect and ensure their right to marriage by choice, i.e., by court.

Requirements For Court Marriage?

The following requirements must be met in order to arrange a court wedding in Pakistan:
In accordance with the Child Marriage Restraint Act 1929, child marriage is forbidden. The bride and groom should both be at least 18 years old. A girl’s minimum age for marriage is 16 years old, so that she can receive a basic education.The bride and groom must have their own free will and consent to marry without any pressure or rewards.As per Pakistani law, court marriages must be between opposite sexes, so gay and lesbian marriages are forbidden.

Muslims Court Marriage Procedure 

For your court marriage, you must contact us at least 1 day in advance. In Islam, marriage is an important part of a person’s life and for society as a whole. The documents you need for your court marriage can be prepared in advance this way. A court marriage in Pakistan cannot take place if there is any pressure, coherence or compulsion upon either party. Both parties must record their statements before the magistrate and prove their free will and consent.

Court Marriage Benefits, Requirements, and Process


Court marriage for Christians in Pakistan is similar to court marriage for Muslims or Hindus. The basic requirements of court marriage remain the same. Muslim court marriages differ from Christian court marriages only by the fact that the marriage ceremony is solemnized in front of the Pastor (in Protestantism) or Priest (Publicly referred to as Father) at the church. All other procedures are the same for Christian court marriages.

Please contact our experienced court marriage lawyers today for more information about Christian court marriages in Pakistan and get the best comprehensive guidance absolutely free of charge.


Your court marriage will be solemnized after we receive the following documents:

  1. A photostat copy of the bride’s and groom’s CNIC.
  2. – If you do not have a CNIC, please provide your NADRA B Form or any other educational document like a matriculation certificate as proof of your age.
  3. A photostat copy of the CNICs of two witnesses. If you do not have witnesses, we will arrange them for you.
  4. If your or your spouse’s first marriage ended in divorce or death, you must submit the Divorce or Death Certificate of the ex-spouse. If the groom’s first wife exists in the groom’s matrimonial bond, a permission letter from the union council is required.
  5.  An affidavit proving the bride’s free will and consent (we will handle the affidavit)


  1. To ensure a smooth and rapid process, our Nikah Khawan and lawyer will be at our office at the scheduled time.
  2. Consultation with our lawyer regarding dower/Maher and other matters protecting the couple’s rights.
  3. The bride’s affidavit of free will will be verified by a magistrate, justice of the peace, notary public or oath commissioner after the Nikah.


In Pakistan, the Hindu court marriage process is more or less the same as the Muslim one. Hindu court marriages were not recorded in Pakistan before. According to the Hindu Marriage Act 2017 passed by the National Assembly, Hindu court marriages can now be registered.

Hindu court marriages in Pakistan are valid only if both brides and grooms are at least 18 years old and haven’t been married before. The two parties must also be outside of the prohibited degree of relationship in order to be eligible for a Hindu court marriage. Hindu marriage certificates are known as Shadi Parats. They are registered by a government-appointed marriage registrar.

Nevertheless, if after marriage it is discovered that the above Hindu court marriage criteria were not met before the marriage, the marriage shall be deemed null and void. Moreover, any spouse can file a lawsuit in court to have the marriage annulled if the marriage was created by fraud or force.

Court Marriage Benefits, Requirements, and Process


The bride’s original affidavit of free will.

  1. Your Nikah Nama (Marriage Contract) in two original copies
  2. NADRA Computerized Marriage Certificate (Additional Fee)
  3. Marriage in court

What can we do to help you with a court marriage?

Our team of family lawyers has extensive experience handling family law cases, including court marriage, online marriage, child custody, and other family matters. As a result of educating the masses about their legal rights under Pakistani law, they become aware of them. Our company respects and ensures the privacy of each client due to the sensitivity and delicate nature of matrimonial cases.

During the court process before taking on any civil case, we provide guidance and support to our clients. We understand the importance of events like court marriages and online marriages in a person’s life. Due to our expertise in the field, we can perform court marriages and online marriages flawlessly. Because of this, every case is treated with care.