Welcome to the Special Marriage Services offered by Legal Light Consulting, a division of LLC Lawyers. We specialize in providing quick and legally binding court marriages, tailored for individuals seeking an expedited union through the special marriage act in India.
The Special Marriage Act, 1954 is a law in India that allows people to marry outside of their religion or caste. It is a secular law that allows couples to register their marriage without any religious or caste restrictions. The Act was introduced to provide a legal framework for inter-caste and inter-religious marriages in India.
The Special Marriage Act is applicable to all citizens of India, regardless of their religion, caste, or creed. It is also applicable to citizens of other countries who are residing in India. The Act provides for the registration of marriages between two individuals who are not related by blood or marriage. It also provides for the registration of marriages between two individuals who are related by blood or marriage, but who are not of the same religion or caste.
The Act provides for the registration of marriages between two individuals who are not related by blood or marriage. It also provides for the registration of marriages between two individuals who are related by blood or marriage, but who are not of the same religion or caste. The Act also provides for the registration of marriages between two individuals who are of different religions or castes.
The Special Marriage Act also provides for the registration of marriages between two individuals who are of different religions or castes. Special Marriage or Court marriage is different from traditional marriage with all ritual. In court marriage, there is no need of all the relatives. It is also called registered marriage.
It is solemnized in different countries in different ways and according to the different law of countries. Special Marriage or Court marriage is becoming more popular than traditional marriages. We also get marriage certificate which is very useful in many ways. In several ways, there are many advantages of court marriage.
We offer and support our clients for legal Court Marriage and Arya Samaj Marriage (Registration under Hindu Marriage Act-1955). Under Hindu Marriage, Bride and Groom are capable for getting Love Marriage, Arranged Marriage and Special Marriage.
Our team is having expert Advocates, Advisors and Consultants who really take care of everything for solemnizing and registering the Marriage successfully. Under Act-1955, boy must be minimum 21 years old and girl must be minimum 18 years old.
Arya Samaj Marriage is compulsory for getting Instant Court Marriage. We take 3 – 4 hours same day for both Arya Samaj Marriage and Court Marriage.
Eligibility criteria and documents required for Special Marriage
Age of Boy & Girl:
Boy should be 21+ and Girl should be 18+
7-7 passport size photos of both girl and boy
Documents Required for Boy & Girl:
Anyone Age Proof(passport, 10th certificate, govt. birth certificate, driving license)
Anyone Address Proof(passport, aadhar card, voter card & driving license)
Total Two Witness with their PAN card & One Address Proof and two Passport Size Photographs each.
Two Affidavits required (one from boy side and one from girl side)
Age, Marital Status (Affidavits will be prepared by us).
For NRI/Foreign Citizen
NOC Required from Embassy (from Marital Status)
Extra documents for marriage registration
Marriage invitation card
Marriage Certificate, if marriage was perform in temple / gurudwara
Special Marriage refers to a marriage that takes place under the provisions of the Special Marriage Act, 1954. This act provides for the solemnization and registration of marriages between individuals of different religions, caste, or creed, as well as for those who wish to have a civil marriage.
Here are some key points regarding Special Marriage:
How It Works
Ready to enter into a legally recognized union through an instant court marriage in India? Reach out to Legal Light Consulting, a part of LLC Lawyers, for a seamless and legally binding court marriage experience.
It is advisable to consult with a qualified lawyer or a marriage officer for specific details and guidance regarding Special Marriage and its legal implications.