Our Legal counselling team is headed by a legal expert with close to thirty years of experience under her belt. She began her legal career in 1993, and since then has worn many hats. Over the years, in addition to being an advocate for the State Government at the Delhi High Court and the Central Administrative Tribunal, she has also been a corporate lawyer for a number of well known corporate clients.
Her expertise and area of interests have for a long time, lain in the field of mediation and family dispute resolution, and this is what has led her to be a part of getmeadivorce.com. With her invaluable legal experience gained from handling family and matrimonial disputes for several high profile clients form the business and entertainment industry, she brings to the table a deep commitment to privacy and confidentiality, the two cornerstones of what we are trying to accomplish with this venture. She leads a team of highly qualified legal experts for us, who work in tandem to provide a safe, online space for people looking to reclaim their lives and start a fresh
A well respected member of the legal community, she does a lot of work with POSH (Prevention of Sexual Harassment), she conducts lectures and workshops and is a member of the Internal Complaints Committee for a number of large private organisations. An alumna of the Kanpur University and Indraprastha College for Women she is registered with The Bar Council Of India and the Delhi High Court Bar Association.
Our legal expert brings with her over three decades of legal expertise in Family law and dispute resolution. Over a long career she has helped people from across a cross section of society in resolving matters related to marriage, divorce, maintenance, adoption, child custody and domestic violence.
In the field of divorce, she has been particularly successful in handling cases where there has been involvement of international courts, she has dealt with divorce decrees taken from foreign courts, their enforceability or validity in India and vice versa.
In the Indian legal structure she as donned the hat of lawyer, mediator and arbitrator on complicated cases, empowering men and women to tackle unsavoury personal situations. At present she is also on the panel of Hindustan Prefab Ltd (PSU) in addition to consulting companies/institutions like Bijwasan Agro, PDIL (PSU), Syndicate Bank and the Noida College of Physical Education. A member of both the Supreme Court Bar Association and Delhi High Court Bar Association, she has studied law at one of the country’s premier Law Universities.
A second generation legal expert, our councillor comes from an illustrious family of Indian legal professionals. She has been practicing law since 1985 and is an expert in Family Law. With a stellar case record spanning over three decades of settling matters of divorce, child custody, and domestic violence she endeavours to help clients reach settlements that meet their requirements . From the very beginning she has helped counsel individuals who reach out to getmeadivorce.com with an in-depth understanding of the intricacies of the Indian Legal System and enables them to navigate their way to resolution.
A member of both the Supreme Court Bar Association and Delhi High Court Bar Association, in her long legal career she has been a legal counsel for two national banks, an Insurance company as well as the Airports Authority Of India. She is an alumna of the Presentation Convent and Miranda House, Delhi and had studied law at the prestigious Government Law College in Mumbai.
Why have we not used the names of the members of our legal and mediation teams?
The current laws of the Indian Bar Council not only discourage but also prohibit the use of personal branding for lawyers to ensure and up-hold the sanctity of the Indian Judicial System. Over and above that, at getmeadivorce.com, just as we place a high premium on the safety, confidentially and privacy of our clients we also extend the same courtesy to our legal team. We assure you that they are highly qualified, experienced and motivated.