We are a leading law firm in Singapore, with a dedicated and experienced Syariah law team. We handle all manner of matters including Syariah Divorce & Custody, Wasiat & Hibbah, Faraid and more.
Meet some of our team
With over 20 dedicated lawyers, we have the largest Syariah Law practice in Singapore. You may find a small selection of our Syariah team here.
What our customers say
Mr Fazal has been of great help to me. He is very knowledgeable and approachable. Always willing to go the extra mile to help. Thank you sir for all your time and efforts on my matter.
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Mr Fazal has been of great help to me. I would like to extend my thanks to his professional and excellent service. He is very knowledgeable and approachable. Always helping and going that extra mile.
A fantastic lawyer and friend whom I’ve known of since secondary school days. Baiross provided quick and succinct advice on my recent legal situation for me to take steps to protect myself.
Sher Rome Lius
Right from the start everything was handled professionally by Mr Fazal. Within a year, all the matters have been resolved and I am happy with the outcome. Thank you kindly sir.
Nafkah Iddah & Mutaah
There are two recurring issues in divorce proceedings heard in the Syariah Court, which the court must determine. These are: The wife’s entitlement to Nafkah Iddah (or the husband’s obligation to pay it), and The wife’s entitlement to Mutaah (or the husband’s obligation to pay it). According to sections 35(2) and 52(3) of the Administration of Muslim Law Act (AMLS) (Cap. 3), the Syariah court has the power to order...
Divorce by Khuluk
What is Khuluk? The term Khuluk comes from Arabic, meaning literally to release, allow to leave, exonerate or set free. Khuluk, in the context of Muslim matrimonial law, refers to divorce by redemption, which is known in Malay as ‘tebus talak’. Under Muslim law, a wife can ask to be released or set free from the marital bonds that she has with her husband. If her husband does not consent...
What is AMLA?
AMLA is an acronym for the Administration of Muslim Law Act in Singapore. Not to be confused with the Indian Gooseberry, AMLA is an acronym for the Administration of Muslim Law Act and forms part of the Singapore legal system. It was first introduced by the Singapore government in 1966. AMLA covers functions and jurisdiction of three  Muslim institutions in Singapore, these are: The Islamic Religious Council of Singapore...
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