SYARIAH DIVORCE

Muslim Divorce & Custody Lawyers

Syariah Legal Advice by Muslim Lawyers

Syariah Law Singapore Divorce Lawyers

In perhaps some of your most vulnerable emotional moments, we know how important it is to provide a professional yet also comfortable, warm service to our clients.

We understand your situation

Divorce is a difficult decision. At Emerald Law, our lawyers who specialise in Syariah law in Singapore will advise you on how the divorce process works in accordance with the Syariah Court, your legal rights and obligations, the issues surrounding the custody of your children and the division of your matrimonial assets.

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Quran 65.1

O Prophet, when you [Muslims] divorce women, divorce them for [the commencement of] their waiting period and keep count of the waiting period, and fear Allah, your Lord. Do not turn them out of their [husbands’] houses, nor should they [themselves] leave [during that period] unless they are committing a clear immorality. And those are the limits [set by] Allah . And whoever transgresses the limits of Allah has certainly wronged himself. You know not; perhaps Allah will bring about after that a [different] matter.

FAQs

It is for us to discuss your matter briefly and to provide you with a general overview. There will be no review of documents during the free first consultation.

Yes, there will be charges but rest assured our charges are reasonable.

We will try our best to accommodate your financial needs. We offer fixed fee arrangements and even instalment payments for our services. 

However, if you are truly unable to afford the services of our lawyers, we will recommend that you approach the legal aid bureau or law society pro bono services to see if you qualify.

In situations such as this, you must bring 2 male witnesses and there is a specific procedure when doing so. For the womenfolk, there is a need to proceed via cerai taklik or fasakh. In our experience, cases like these often take very long in court as parties don’t know how to do substituted service or move on to the next stage. You may also watch one of our videos on the problems you may face here.

The Court can make an order for a hakam to be appointed. It is not necessary for this to be a consent order.

Generally, it may take between four months to a year.

You may appeal to the Appeals Board within a month from the date on which the Order was made.

Yes, but it will have an impact on the iddah period.

You may proceed to the Syariah Court and obtain a Certificate of Revocation. It is best to check with the court as sometimes there may be a need for you to remarry.

You may read further on how engaging a lawyer will be beneficial here.

Alternatively you may read our other articles located here.

Quran 65.2

And when they have [nearly] fulfilled their term, either retain them according to acceptable terms or part with them according to acceptable terms. And bring to witness two just men from among you and establish the testimony for [the acceptance of] Allah . That is instructed to whoever should believe in Allah and the Last day. And whoever fears Allah – He will make for him a way out

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Our specialised lawyers and their team are standing by to assist you. Our first consultation is free.

Why choose us for your divorce procedures in Singapore?

we are specialised

Each and every lawyer assigned to your case is someone who has handled many similar cases of divorce procedures in Singapore before. They each bring a specialised element to your matter ensuring that your case is handled with the utmost care.

we provide solutions

We ensure that the advice and solutions provided to you resolves your matter in the most efficient manner. We are not here to simply talk, we're here to provide REAL solutions to ensure the best possible outcomes for you.

we are committed

We provide service with such dedication that we can even arrange to meet you outside of our normal office hours.

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Talk to us about Syariah law divorce matters today

If you’d like to know how we can assist you throughout Muslim divorce procedures in Singapore, be sure to get in touch with our friendly team today. You can do so either by calling us directly on (+65) 9711 8078 or, if you’d prefer, sending us a message online which we’ll respond to hastily.