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Divorce Cases in Abu Dhabi, UAE

Divorce cases are one of the most important areas of family law that our company specializes in. We understand that divorce can be a sensitive and complex challenge that individuals and families may face. Therefore, we strive to provide exceptional legal support and assistance to our clients during this difficult period. Our distinguished team of lawyers has extensive experience in the field of divorce cases.

We recognize the importance of caution and precision in such important and sensitive matters. Hence, we ensure strong and professional legal representation for the best interest of our clients throughout all legal proceedings.

Our company aims to help parties understand their rights and obligations in divorce cases and to provide comprehensive and specialized legal advice. We work towards reaching fair agreements that protect the interests of all parties involved, whether it concerns child custody, distribution of shared properties, or alimony.

We believe in the significance of achieving justice and balance in all divorce cases, and we sincerely work to provide the best legal solutions for our clients. Our utmost goal is the satisfaction of our clients, and we strive to achieve it through professionalism and dedication in our work.

Types of Divorce Cases

Divorce cases are intricate and diverse, with varying reasons and forms. At Abeer Al-Dahmani Advocates & Legal Consultancy, we handle a range of divorce case types with professionalism and diligence, including:

Divorce by Mutual Consent

Also known as amicable divorce, it occurs when both spouses agree to separate voluntarily and reach an agreement to regulate the divorce and coexistence after it.

Contested Divorce

This type of divorce happens due to disputes and conflicts between the spouses, leading to legal issues and even lawsuits to resolve the problems.

Sharia Divorce

This type of divorce follows Islamic Sharia law in countries that apply Islamic laws.

Judicial Divorce

This type of divorce occurs when one of the spouses files a lawsuit to obtain a judicial ruling for divorce.

Khula Divorce

This type of divorce occurs when one spouse seeks separation from the other without filing a lawsuit or obtaining an official divorce decree.

Divorce cases require precise legal handling and assistance from experienced family law attorneys. In our firm, we care about our clients’ needs and strive to provide strong and professional legal representation for their best interest in all types of divorce cases.

If you need assistance in a divorce case or want legal consultation on this matter, do not hesitate to contact us. We are here to support you and provide the necessary help and advice at every step of this legal journey.

Thank you for visiting our divorce cases page, and we look forward to serving you and assisting you in achieving exceptional legal solutions that protect your rights and interests.

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Divorce Cases Frequently Asked Questions

The legal requirements for divorce vary depending on the legal system of each country. Among the common requirements: establishing a legal reason for divorce, such as voluntary separation or irretrievable breakdown of the marriage, and providing evidence of the final collapse of the marriage and the impossibility of reconciliation between the spouses.

Child custody is determined after divorce based on the best interests of the child. Factors such as each parent’s ability to provide suitable and stable care, the child’s relationship with each parent, and the economic and social circumstances of the parents are taken into consideration

Yes, the husband or wife has the right to claim alimony after divorce if they are in need of financial support. Alimony may include personal, housing, educational, and medical expenses.

Yes, the spouses can reach an out-of-court settlement in a divorce case. Reaching an amicable and peaceful agreement between the spouses is one of the effective ways to resolve the dispute quickly and at a lower cost.

Yes, the husband or wife can retain child custody after divorce if it is in the best interest of the child and if they meet the legal and social requirements for obtaining child custody.

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