Islamic Divorce

At Winston Solicitors we have a dedicated department specialising in Islamic Divorce. With years of experience, our Islamic divorce lawyers can help assist you in obtaining a “Khula” (divorce) quickly whilst also ensuring our full process is compliant with your religious principles.

We currently work closely with an approved Sharia Panel which means we can offer you an ethical and fair Islamic divorce process.

Why use Winston Solicitors:

  • Our department has years of experience in this field.
  • Our process is a lot quicker than most other panels- approx. 60% quicker.
  • We have an appointed Islamic scholar who can assist you with any of your religious needs.
  • Our Islamic Divorce Lawyers can offer services, in English, Urdu and Punjabi.
  • Unlike most other Sharia panels, we will never expect you to attend a meeting where your ex-partner is also present.
  • We offer a free short consultation.

Call 0113 320 5000 to find out more, or email sir@winstonsolicitors.co.uk.

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