Legal Services

Fintricks Solution’s online legal consultancy service is a platform which provides legal consultation to company as well as individuals through a well channeled network of lawyers and advocates all across India. In this service customers can book their consultation slot with our various practicing legal experts from prestigious courts of india.

We mainly deal in below areas:

  1. Legal Consultancy
  2. Legal Services

Today's era is full of challenges for mankind and we deal with many challenges everyday unknowingly.However, some challenges are minor, which we can easily solve.But if it comes to a big challenge, then we either try to deal with it ourselves or take help from someone else.

Similarly,execution of a task becomes challenging at some point and therefore it becomes necessary to consider its legal aspects which can only happen with the help of legal expert. To seek the help of legal experts an individual needs to visit courts and offices of advocates.This process of running the race costs both time and money. We have kept this problem of people in mind and took an initiative to make the process of legal services convenient to some extent. We are constantly trying to provide a similar online service.

Under this facility, a person sitting at home directly talks to our legal experts through different online mediums as guided by our team on cost of a reasonable fee.

A criminal case in a common legal procedure starts when a person is suspected of a criminal offence indicated by a legal jury or charged with the offence by a government official.

A Civil case usually starts when one individual or business firm claims to have been harmed by the act of another individual or business. This term is commonly understand as a dispute between individuals or businesses over money or some harm to personal rights.

As the name says Property Rights case it is a legal dispute related to Property. These cases are under different categories.These could often arise through claims from co-owners,family,legal heirs, misrepresentation by the selling Party, Wrong Title of Property,Property owned through as a gift or through will and Easements rights dispute etc.

All we know court marriages are very different from the traditional marriages which generally take place in between all the family members and relatives by following all the rituals .But court marriages generally take place in the court presence of marriage officer.

  • Court marriage is the solemnization of marriage where oath ceremony is performed according to the special marriage act.1954 before the registrar of marriage in the presence of three witnesses thereafter a court marriage appointed by the government of India.
  • In court marriage two persons a male and a female mutually concern with that they want to marry to each- other and they eligible for it (by age).
  • Court marriage have some specific features:-
    • Eligible persons no bared for their religions, cast or creed. It ensures the consent of both parties.
    • In this marriage it is up to the parties whether they want to perform their marriage rituals or not.
    • In this marriage not necessary both parties be of Indian nationality it can be done by an Indian national with a foreign national also. Marriage performed without any discrimination on the basis of cast , colour, religion (gender either belonging to same or different religion).
    • The only condition is , it should satisfy the essentials of the special marriage act .1954.
    • In this marriage compulsory to registration of marriage it also protects the interest of the parties and children born in wedlock.
  • A divorce happens when a husband and wife want to end their marriage cause of any reason from wife and husband or both sometimes it could be a good decision or bad too its totally depends situation or circumstances.
  • A divorce must be certified by a court of law to come into effect. The terms of the divorce are usually determined by the courts in discussions.
  • Divorce among Hindus , Buddhist, Sikhs and Jains is governed by Hindu marriage act. 1955 , Muslims by dissolution of Muslim marriage act .1939 parsis marriage and divorce at,1936 and Christians by the Indian divorce act 1869. All civil and inter- community marriage are govern by special marriage act,1954. The divorce law works with some condition and not all situations.
  • Under the Hindu marriage act,1955 some basic grounds for divorce which called contested divorce under section 13 of this act - Adultery , conversion, leprosy, cruelty, mentally unstable of a partner , renunciation of death not seen or heard alive continuously period of seven years the person presumed to be dead, non-restitution of conjugal rights and other grounds might be decided by the court.
  • Other types of divorce under this act is divorce by mutual consent in which both parties are agree to live separately without blamed to each other.

An accident is an unplanned event that sometimes has inconvenient or un-desirable consequent other times being inconsequential. The occurrence of such an event may or may not have recognized or unaddressed risks contributing to its cause like physical , non –physical, accidents by activity , accident by vehicles, aviation , bicycles, sailing shop, traffic collisions, trains wrecks, trams and others like work accidents, occupational accidents or accident at work etc.

  • According to motor vehicles act 1988 compensation can be claimed by the person who has sustained injury by the owner of the damaged property , by all or any legal representative of the deceased who died in the accident.

Insurance means protection from financial loss, it is contract or agreement whereby the insurer promise to pay benefits to the insured or on their behalf to a third party if certain defined event occur.

  • An entity which provides insurance is known as ab insurer, insurance company, insurance carrier or underwriter. To claim an insurance is formal request by a policyholder to their insurance company for coverage or compensation for a covered insurance policy event . Insurance companies are legally, contractually bonded for it.
  • Insurance contracts were traditionally written on the basis of every single type of risk and a separate premium are calculated and charged for each.
  • An insurer premium submits to protect him from unexpected.
    1. Property casualty / home, business etc.
    2. Illness / health
    3. Accident / by motor, vehicles etc.
    4. Travel
    5. Others like Natural disasters
  • The insurance claim process is different for different type of insurance policies usually between the ensured and insurer dispute arise when the insurer’s claim is rejected in part or in full by the insurer and which the insured believes is covered under the policy.
  • A policy holder can claim to their insurance company on these matters.
    • Health Insurance claim
    • Property and casualty claim
    • Life insurance claim including accident claim
  • Resolve and insurance claim disputes
    • Claim adjuster are the representative so talk to them
    • Documentation process by the adjuster
    • They investigate all the documents and circumstances
    • Suit against the insurance company or other legal process, trail or negotiation either settlement
  • Law which govern the insurance
    • Indian contract act ,1872
    • Income tax act ,1971
    • IRDA act
  • A cheque is negotiable instrument section 138 of act (Negotiable Instrument Act, 1881) deals with dishonor of cheques (commonly known as cheque bounce). It has no concern with dishonor of other negotiable instruments.
  • The cheque must have been drawn for discharge of existing debt or liability.
  • Crossed and account payee cheques are not negotiable by any person other than the payee. Cheques have to be deposit into the payee’s bank.
  • Cause of action arises when notice is served on the drawer and drawer fails to make payment of the amount of cheque within 15 days. Dishonor of cheque is a criminal offence and is punishable by imprisonment upto two years with monetary penalty or with both according to the section 138 of the act .

All we know corporate means an organization an association and endowed by law with the rights and liabilities of an individual. Nature of corporate governance as personified by share ownership capital market and business culture.

  • Corporate dispute:- Corporate disputes relating to antitrust Mala- fides , breach of contract , breach of fiduciary duty , business torts, fraud and misrepresentation , insurance coverage, partnership disputes , privacy, cyber security and date breach , product liability and many other misrepresentation , unfair competition etc.
  • Corporate offences are classified into civil and criminal offences.
  • Arbitration is a procedure in which a dispute is submitted by agreement of the parties, one or more arbitrators who make a binding decision on the dispute.
    • In choosing arbitration, the parties opt for a private dispute resolution procedure instead of going to the court.
  • Arbitration, a form of alternative dispute resolution, is a way to resolve dispute outside the courts.
    • The dispute will be decided by one or more persons.
    • An arbitration award is legally binding on both sides and enforceable in the courts.
    • Arbitration is often used for the resolution of commercial disputes, particularly in the context of international commercial transactions.
    • Arbitration is not the same as judicial proceedings.
  • Some advantage for the parties of arbitration
    • Arbitration allows the parties to choose their own tribunal.

Service matter means service under state government or central government .It can be defined as all the matter relating to the conditions of his service I connection with the affairs of the union or of any state or any local or other authority within the territory of India or under the control of the Government of India or as the case may be of any corporative or society owned or controlled by the government.

  • Service matters disputes are heard In various court and tribunals and labour tribunals.
  • Article 323 A of constitution of India . The parliament passed the act administrative tribunal act, 1985. Act authorized the central government to establish one central administrative tribunal and the state administrative tribunal.
    It coveres:
    • All india services dispute
    • Central civil services eg.(UPSC Exams)
    • Civil posts
    • Civil employees of defence services

  • Service matters covers:
    • Remuneration (Including allowances), pension and other retirement benefits.
    • Tenure including confirmation seniority promotion , reversion premature retirement and,
    • Leave of any kind
    • Disciplinary matter
    • Any other matters etc.

Municipal Corporation is the legal term associate with local governing body, including cities, towns, countries, township, charter townships, villages & boroughs.

  • Judicial separation
  • Maintenance
  • Adoption
  • Child custody
  • RTI, PIL etc.