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Consult Best Shillong Family Lawyers / Advocates Near You


Whether you are filing a divorce, wanting child custody, alimony or maintenance, fighting 498a, fighting a dispute related to discord in the family, or are being harassed by your children, choose a lawyer who is an expert in family law. Use LawRato to hire a top rated family dispute lawyer in Shillong. 













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Advocate Wanphai Jyrwa

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LawRatoMorello Compound, Shillong
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Advocate Shehnaz Parveen

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FAQ's on Family Lawyers


1. Why should I hire a lawyer near me?

It is important to hire a lawyer near you so that there is ease of access whenever documents need to be exchanged and/or whenever you are required to meet with a lawyer regarding your case.


2. How to shortlist the perfect Family lawyer in Shillong for my case?

In order to shortlist the perfect Family lawyer in Shillong for your case, you should look for a lawyer who has a decent amount of experience in handling cases such as yours and who charges a fee that is under your case budget.


3. How much does a Family lawyer in Shillong cost?

The cost for a Family lawyer in Shillong differs contingent upon various components, including the case type, attorney's understanding, experience, track record, and area of practice.


4. Do I need to pay for the contact details for the Family lawyer in Shillong?

No, you will not be charged for the contact details of a Family lawyer in Shillong.


5. How does a Family Lawyer communicate with his/her client?

In most cases, a Family lawyer in Shillong will communicate in face-to-face meetings with the client, especially for the initial process. However, the lawyer could also communicate via email and phone.


6. Can I hire a Family lawyer from a different state?

Yes, you can. However, it is recommended to hire a Family lawyer from the state where the case has been filed as the local lawyer will have better knowledge and understanding of the local laws and procedures followed in that particular state.