Our Shariah Law experts advise on a range of matters in Shariah Law, including wakafs, inheritance, succession, marriage and divorce. We have successfully represented clients on all lvels of the Syariah Court and Appeal Board. Our advice areas are asset division, nafkah iddah, mutaah, child custody and access control to children. We have the skill and expertise to tailoring solutions with an ambidextrous approach analyzing your matter with Syariah Court and Civil Court perspectives, especially in matters relating to property and children. We have handled divorce cases of all kinds.
With regards to inheritance law under Syariah, we can advise clients on estate planning options. Such as the effect of CPF nomination, joint tenancy, insurance nomination, legal heirs, non-legal heirs, non-muslim next of kin or relatives, and advice on estate planning instruments. Our lawyers are at the forefront of all Islamic law developments in Muslim inheritance laws and fatwas made by the Majlis Ugama Islam Singapore (MUIS). Our firm can advice on matters of probate including grant of probate. We have experience in wakafs and the provisions set out in the Administration of Muslim Law Act.
We have prepared for numerous clients wasiyyah (Muslim will), hibah (gift), etc.