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What we do

We give you many facilities legally and always be at your service. Whatever you have, you can always ask us. We do everything from the beginning to the last, We are associated with almost every state in India. Our work is liked by almost everyone. All clients happily leave by getting our work done, We answer every question of the people calmly. So that no query of the client is missed, You can get any of these things done with us.

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Society Registration

The Society Registration Act, 1860, governs how to register a society. Also, this has a number of advantages, including the legal company status and certain tax exemptions. It is acquired by organisations or groups that aim to improve society by offering services like employment, healthcare, and education.

A society can start by gathering at least 7 members.

The following documents are required for Society Registration:

  • Proposed Society's name.

  • Office's address proof.

  • Driving License/ Aadhaar/ Voter IDs/ PAN of all members of Society as an identity proof.

  • Memorandum of Association (two copies).

  • Society Bye-laws (two copies).

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12A & 80G Registration

The two registrations, 12A and 80G, are given by the Income Tax Department to NGOS so they can benefit from tax exemption and allow contributors to deduct their donations. An NGO with 12A and 80G registration is more likely to be approved for generous financing and numerous tax breaks.

Advantages of 12A and 80G Registration:


  • More capital allowed for charitable activities through tax exemption over NGO income.

  • Funds and Grants are permitted from recognized Agencies, Government and International sources.

  • Only 12A and 80G registered NGOs are permitted to accept International funding with exemptions available under Foreign Regulation Act, 2010 or FCRA.

  • Attracts more donors

  • More operational exposure and status value.


The following documents are required for 12a and 80G Registration:

  • NGO Pan Card

  • Bylaws/Trust deed/MOA/AOA

  • Audit report

  • Annual report

  • Authorised signatory's Aadhaar and PAN card

FCRA Registration

According to Section 6(1) of the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act of 2010, charitable trusts, societies, and Section 8 companies that accept donations or contributions from abroad must register. A FCRA registration is one such registration made pursuant to the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act, 2010.

Form FC-3 can be used to submit an application for FCRA registration. The aforementioned papers must be supplied with the application:

  • Self-certified copy of registration certificate/Trust deed etc., of the association

  • Self-certified copy of relevant pages of Memorandum of Association/Article of Association showing aim and objects of the association.

  • Activity Report indicating details of activities during the last three years.

  • Audit reort of last 3 years

  • Bank account statement of directors (recent month)

After being issued, FCRA registration is good for five years. To keep the FCRA registration active, a renewal application may be submitted six months before the registration is set to expire.

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TRUST Registration

According to the Indian Trust Act of 1882, a trust is a legal structure in which the property's owner (the trustor) transfers ownership to another party (the trustee) for the benefit of a third party (beneficiary).A declaration that the trustee should hold the asset for the trust's beneficiaries is included in the transfer of such a property from the trustor to the trustee.

Trusts can thus be divided into two groups:

Public Trust

It is a trust, and the general public is one of its beneficiaries. A public trust can be divided into a public charitable trust and a public religious trust, among other subgroups. The easiest way to launch a non-governmental organisation, or NGO, is through Public Trust. In addition to the more broad goal of advancing the arts, sciences, and literature, a trust works towards the objectives of alleviating poverty, granting education to the disadvantaged, and providing medical help.

Private Trust

A private trust is one that has families or specific persons as beneficiaries.
Private Trusts whose required shares and either or both beneficiaries cannot be identified

The following documents are required for Trust Registration:

  • Name of the trust

  • Office's address proof

  • Objectives of the trust

  • Driving License/ Aadhaar/ Voter IDs / PAN of all members as an identity proof

GST Registration

GST A taxpayer registers themselves as GST participants through the registration process. A successful business registration results in the assignment of a special registration number, known as the Goods and Services Tax Identification Number (GSTIN).

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A registered organisation with the goal of promoting the fine arts, science, literature, or knowledge sharing for a purposeful matter or for charity is known as a Section 8 company under the Companies Act, 2013, or a Section 25 company under the Companies Act, 1956. These limited corporations were created in accordance with the Companies Act. Under Section 8 of the Companies Act, the Government provides these businesses an exclusive licence.

The following documents are required for Section 8 Company Registration:

  • Proposed Name of the Company.

  • Office's address proof.

  • Objectives of the company.

  • Driving License/ Aadhaar/ Voter IDs / PAN of all members as an identity proof.

  • Bank account statement of directors (recent month) Company


Your business becomes a distinct entity and acquires legal status when you register it. The Ministry of Corporate Affairs is responsible for the company registration procedure in India.

Types of Company Registration:

  • Private Limited Company.

  • Public Limited Company.

  • Limited Liability Partnership.

  • One Person Company.

  • Sole Proprietorship.

  • Section 8 Company.



If you want to create a mark or logo for your business, get in touch with us.

A trademark is the distinctive identification that distinguishes your good or service from the competition. The majority of firms often just seek to register their names or logos. The only way to safeguard an original concept or logo as your own distinctive identity is to register it as a trademark. Your company's intellectual property, or intangible asset, is a registered trademark. It serves as a cover to safeguard the company's investment in its brand or logo.


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  • Annual Compliances

  • Produces company registration

  • ESIC Registration

  • Employee agreement

  • Change in MOA Stenography course for NGO Drug license

  • Merchandise products

  • 12A & 80g Renewal

  • Company Managment

  • RERA Registration

  • Sfurti Project Documentation

  • LLP Company Incorporation

  • LIC Registration

  • Printing service

  • Public limited Company Incorporation


  • Director appointment and registration

  • MSME Loan

  • Food License(FSSAI)

  • Laptop on rent

  • Server on rent

  • Markting services

  • Grant forms

  • Govt grant Projects

  • Bar Code Registration

  • Website with domain

  • Compliances of company

  • Autid + ITR

  • Private Limited Company Incorporation

  • OPC Private Limited

  • NIDHI Company sincorporation

  • Social justic Documentation & Registration

  • NGO Darpan Registration

  • CA related services

  • CSR and Corporate Fund Raising

  • Digital Signature

  • DIN Number

  • Digital Signature 3

  • Import & Export Code

  • Annual Report

  • PMKVY Training Partner Registration

  • Common Service Center [CSC]

  • ISO Registration

  • Political Party Formation

  • MSME Registration



criminal law

Criminal laws are the rules that apply when someone commits a crime, such as assault, robbery, murder, arson, rape and other kinds of crimes. After a person is arrested and charged with a crime, that person goes to a Criminal Court.  A criminal case is a type of court proceeding in which the defendant is tried for conduct that is considered to be illegal according to the state's legislature, or the government. Criminal cases generally begin after the person is arrested and informed of their charges, usually at a hearing known as an indictment.


Civil law refers to almost all other disputes—these are the rules that apply when one person sues another person, a business or agency.  This can cover a housing case such as for eviction or foreclosure, a family case such as divorce or custody, consumer problems such as debt or bankruptcy, or when someone sues for money because of damage to property or personal harm.  All of these cases go to a Civil Court.

civil law

What happens in civil court?

In civil court, one person sues (files a case) against another person because of a dispute or problem between them. A business or agency can also file a case in civil court or be sued in civil court.  If someone loses a case in civil court, that person may be ordered to pay money to the other side or return property, but that person does not go to jail just for losing the case.


business law

Business law is the law that governs what happens with commercial matters, and there are two main types: regulation of commercial entities and regulation of commercial transactions. Laws have evolved over centuries, and have had to adapt to changes in technology and society.
Commercial law or business law is the body of law which governs business and commerce and is often considered to be a branch of civil law and deals both with issues of private law and public law. Commercial law regulates corporate contracts, hiring practices, and the manufacture and sales of consumer goods.

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Types of Business Law

•Employment Law
•Immigration Law
•Contract law
•Intellectual property law
•Regulatory law


Personal injury cases are brought about by physical injury or mental anguish caused by actions or negligence of another party. Personal Injury cases can include Auto Accidents, Defamation of Character, Product Defects and Medical Malpractice to name just a few. In order to be sure if your personal injury case has validity in the eyes of the law, contact a legal professional in your state. You can contact us anytime related to this law.

Personal injury law

1. Know the Type of Case You’re Dealing With

Car accidents are the most popular type of personal injury lawsuit. Mostly, they happen because drivers are careless to follow the road rules. In such cases, careless drivers are held financially responsible for injuries to stop car accidents. you may also have other personal injuries, such as:
•Boating and aviation accidents
•Product liability
•Fall and slip
•Nursing home abuse
•Medical malpractice

2. Hire an Attorney

Some accidents can cause you a lot of emotional upheaval and pain, and it might be difficult to make legal decisions on your own. In such a case, it’s important to hire an attorney who has negotiation skills and can file a case on your behalf. To find such a lawyer, You can give us a details in the matter related to this, we will do your every work well in the complete way.


Family Law

Family law is an area of the law that deals with family matters and domestic relations. Family Law and its Sources
Family law is the area of law that addresses family relationships. It includes creating family relationships and breaking them through divorce and termination of parental rights. This law addresses adoption, contested custody of children, etc. 

Family law is made up of three main areas of work: matrimonial, finance and child law. Many lawyers choose to specialise in either matrimonial law or child law, whilst others maintain a mixed client base.


What does a family lawyer do?

Family lawyers act on matters such as divorce and separation, child contact and adoption, Local Authority care orders and financial settlements.

When acting for a client seeking a divorce, family lawyers are engaged in taking initial details, gathering evidence including financial evidence, preparing the necessary documentation, negotiating settlements and contact or residency for children, referring to mediation and advocating for the client in hearings. The work may also include instructing Counsel and attending Counsel at court. Child law lawyers may also represent parties in care proceedings, for example, acting on behalf of parents or children or Local Authorities.

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