Child custody issues are handled by guardian courts in Pakistan. Advocate Khadija has experience in working with child custody cases in Pakistan. Pakistani laws regarding child custody favor the mother somehow. Child custody is a separate issue and you can file for this before or after divorce in Pakistan. Most people think about what will happen to child custody during a divorce or what will happen to child custody after a Khula. When the husband and wife haven’t come to an agreement on child custody, a child custody case is filed in court.
Courts make child custody arrangements for applicants, so you can hire an attorney with expertise in child custody lawyer to help you contest the arrangement. Children’s welfare comes first in custody cases in Pakistan, and if necessary, a child custody bond is required, along with a child custody certificate. In Pakistan, a child custody certificate is a sort of declaration that a party has been granted child custody. Children’s custody in Pakistan is normally decided by the court amicably. Child custody for mothers is easier than child custody for fathers. After a divorce, the parent in Pakistan who does not have custody of the minor is normally the one to claim child custody. If you want child custody in Pakistan, you don’t have to wait for divorce or a khula. You can consult a lawyer and your lawyer will tell you what to do based on your circumstances. After a khula, child custody in Pakistan is decided by the guardian court and the mother always has an advantage in these cases.
Pakistan has a child custody law that favors the mother. However, if the court thinks that the father is best qualified to care for minor children, he can also be granted child custody.Even if one of the parties receives child custody in Pakistan, the other party at least gets visitation rights. The only thing the court looks at in deciding child custody in Pakistan is the welfare of the minor.
There is no such thing as a case that cannot be filed for child custody in Pakistan after divorce or before the divorce. Most people think that these cases can only be filed after divorce or khula however the law states that you can file this case even before divorce or khula.
After khula in Pakistan, the court takes a lenient stance toward the mother. No matter if khula is granted or not, the mother always has the advantage in custody cases. Unless there is a worst-case scenario, the mother is granted custody.
One wrong step by your lawyer can result in you losing custody of your children, which is extremely painful for both you and your family members. You always need an expert family lawyer who can win your child custody case in the guardian court. Whether you are seeking to get custody of your children in Pakistan or contest custody, we are experts.