Divorce Lawyers In Dubai

One of the most established lawyers in Dubai are the James Berry & Associates. James Berry & Associates is the number one firm for divorce lawyers in Dubai.

The divorce lawyers specialise in matters where issues occur out of family relationships. Our lawyers are skilled and qualified in the UK and have over ten years experience in Family cases involving international aspects in a number of countries, specifically, those family proceedings in the jurisdiction of England & Wales where there is a Dubai connection.

Though our family lawyers are English and do not have Rights of Audience before the Dubai Court, they work in close alliance with local Sharia Advocates, instructing them on behalf of clients, both Muslim and Non-Muslim of different nationalities in cases before the Dubai Court. Our divorce lawyers have vast experience of the global elements of family law, including Sharia.

Our family lawyers counsel on problems in respect of kids including adoption, jointly owned property, relationship breakdown, divorce in the UAE and in other nations. For the expatriate community in particular the international aspects of such issues have the potential to needlessly increase both anxiety and legal costs. An experienced family lawyer well versed in international private law, with the expertise to not just litigate in the appropriate forum but to also utilise Collaborative Law principles and offer Mediation as an alternative to litigation can only be of benefit to those unlucky to find themselves involved in family legal issues here or back in their home nation.

Most often asked questions to our divorce lawyers at James Berry & Associates:

1. Do I have to divorce where I got married?
2. Where will I live?
3. What about the kids?
4. Do I need a divorce lawyer?
5. How long would it take and how much will it cost?
6. I want a separation, is this possible?
7. Am I entitled to maintenance?
8. As an expat / expatriate could I apply the law of my home country?
9. Could I obtain a travel ban?
10. Do I have to be Muslim to divorce in Dubai?