In the lawfirm, we fully appreciate and understand the significance and implication of Shariah laws on the daily lives of expatriates. In the event that an expatriate is not able to apply the laws of his country or origin, he is faced with no other choice but to be dealt with under Shariah Laws.
These laws, especially in the case of non-muslim, expatriates, can be a cause of a lot of confusion especially when it comes to matters of Inheritance Law and Wills Law. Both are of primary concern to an expatriate, especially those with families and dependants.
The principles of sharia law in UAE extend to mortgages, finance, investments and trusts. These have become more significant, with a large number of muslim expatriates opting for Shariah-compliant methods of finance and investments.
It is for the above reasons that The Law Firm has a dedicated team advising on Shariah matters and how a expatriates living in the UAE can better protect themselves and plan according to their wishes, be it moral or practical.