Divorce Lawyers in Dubai & Other Emirates (UAE)
Divorce Services in Dubai & Other Emirates (UAE) | AAB Law Firm
Divorce is an extremely sensitive matter. AAB’s lawyers, legal consultants, advocates, & attorneys possess the high degree of emotional intelligence necessary for divorce cases. Additionally, our team has in-depth knowledge of divorce laws in UAE; therefore, ensuring that these sensitive cases are carried out smoothly.
Our team excels in understanding laws in the UAE and has multinational roots, allowing us to cooperate with all ethnicities living in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Ajman, Fujairah, RAK, & Umm al Quwain.
We understand that divorce can be a troubling time; research shows that poor guidance and poor legal action during divorce cases has a negative impact on children and pushes the relation between the splitting couple to a dangerous level.
Our divorce lawyers possess the experience necessary to efficiently and smoothly advise on divorces, carry out arbitration & representation, process all the legal paperwork & necessities, and ensure the most cost-effective results in UAE.
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Divorce Law in Dubai & Other Emirates (UAE)
Divorce, also known as "dissolution of marriage," is a legal process in which a judge or other authority legally terminates a marriage, restoring them to the status of being single and permitting them to marry other individuals. Divorce proceedings also include matters of spousal support, child custody, child support, distribution of property and division of debt.
Divorcing spouses in Dubai & Other Emirates are required to show a reason for the dissolution of the marriage by assigning fault to one of the parties. The reasons are as listed below:
Courts in Dubai & Other Emirates will grant a man divorce without a motive, but for a woman, the grounds sought have to be physical or psychological harm. If no harm is found, she can ask for ‘khulu’ – needing a divorce because she is no longer in love with her husband.