Welcome to Advocate Sachin Kashyap
Advocate Sachin Kashyap completed his Law from the prestigious Delhi University in the year 2007.From there on the passion for law never fades and stopped. He has been practicing since 2007 and completed 16 years in this prestigious profession. He founded the Ravya Law Firm and held chamber in the Delhi High Court. For 16 years and counting he represented the various clients in Delhi High Court and other Courts of Delhi-NCR bringing them success and laurels for himself. Advocate Sachin Kashyap is one of the best Divorce Lawyer in Delhi NCR. He has been fighting the Divorce Cases and related cases since 2007. A divorce is among the foremost traumatic occurrences for any couple. In India, as with most concern, rules for divorce are connected to faith.
Divorce among Hindus, Buddhists, Sikhs and Jains is ruled by the Hindu marriage Act, 1955, Muslims by the Dissolution of Muslim Marriages Act, 1939, parsis by the Parsi wedding and Divorce Act, 1936 and Christians by the Indian Divorce Act, 1869. All civil & inter-community and different marriages are governed by the Special Marriage Act, 1956.
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Our Advocates and Lawyers are drafters of the highest kind and are experts in drafting complaints, petitions, deeds and all kinds of contracts and agreements etc. and are highly competent in negotiating reviewing and structuring all kinds of agreements, deeds and contracts. The Firm provides expert services in the areas of Civil Disputes, Criminal cases, Matrimonial disputes, Corporate & Business laws matters, Banking & Insurance law cases, Consumer cases, Service matters, Motor Accident claims & compensation, Energy & Electricity matters, Environment related matters, Intellectual Property Rights issues, Taxation Laws,Media Laws, Employees’ Provident Fund Appeal (EPFAT) cases, Competition law cases and Telecom disputes.