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Ch Abdul Wahab Ahmed

Ch Abdul Wahab Ahmed

Advocate High Court

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About

Ch Abdul Wahab Ahmed is an experienced lawyer with 5 years of practice in Civil, Family, and Labour law. He has successfully represented clients in a wide range of legal matters related to these areas of law.

In Civil law, Ch Abdul Wahab Ahmed has handled cases involving personal injury, property disputes, and contractual disputes. He is skilled at negotiating on behalf of his clients to ensure the best possible outcome.

In Family law, Ch Abdul Wahab Ahmed has helped clients with a variety of issues, including divorce, child custody, and adoption. He has a compassionate and client-focused approach to family law cases, and he is committed to helping clients achieve the best possible outcome in their family law matters.

In Labour law, Ch Abdul Wahab Ahmed has extensive experience representing clients in disputes related to employment contracts, wrongful termination, and workplace discrimination. He is well-versed in the laws and regulations governing the workplace and is committed to advocating for the rights of his clients.

Throughout his career, Ch Abdul Wahab Ahmed has earned a reputation as a knowledgeable and dedicated attorney who is committed to providing personalized attention to every client. He has the expertise to handle even the most complex legal issues with professionalism and confidence.

Education

BA, LLB

Specialities

Civil Law | Labour Law | Family Law

Address & Location

Office #76, Mobee Plaza, Haider Road Saddar, Rawalpindi Cantt, Rawalpindi office, Rawalpindi

Distt. Court, Opp Treasury Ofc, Humza Block, Rawalpindi., Rawalpindi, Rawalpindi

Languages

English | Urdu

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