Our NRI Legal Services India team assists non-resident Indians, foreign citizens and persons of Indian origin manage their legal affairs and resolve their legal issues within and outside India. Our NRI Legal Services team has expertise that helps resolve legal issues quickly and efficiently and in many cases without a need to visit India. We assist NRIs in property dispute, partition of ancestral property, divorce, child custody & transfer of property.

Some of the services that our NRI clients usually engage us for are as follows:

  • NRI Property disputes in India

  • NRI Divorce proceedings including mutual and contested divorce

  • Family disputes

  • Assistance in purchase of property in India

  • Providing visa assistance to NRI’s and their families

  • Assistance in queries related to Indian citizenship & visa services assistance in the application and filing of Overseas Citizenship of India (OCI) cards, spouse visa, fiancée visa, business visa and all other visa services.

  • Company incorporation documentation, establishment of project, liaison & branch office, and obtaining various licenses and registrations.

  • Protection of intellectual property rights of companies, assistance in corporate restructuring, mediation between management and stakeholders and drafting of loan agreement.

  • Advisory/opinions on queries relating to RBI, SEBI, and FEMA.

  • Custody for property & assets, divorce, adoption child custody and paternity issues

  • Marriage related assistance such as solemnization and registration as has been made mandatory now.

  • Drafting of wills, power of attorney, trust deed, successions certificate, probate of will, title search and representations before all judicial authorities and forums & commissions in the country.

  • Resolution of cases arising out of domestic violence and dowry harassment.

  • Taxation of India entry and exit strategy.

  • Issues relating to Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement.

  • Representation before tax authorities, Income Tax Appellate Tribunal, High Courts and Supreme Court.