Dubai Divorce Legal Clinic

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Our next session is online on April 28th, 2020
The family lawyers at TWS are pleased to announce the next session of their Dubai Divorce Legal Clinic on Tuesday, 28th April between 10am – 10:30am, the session will be conducted online. This will be a specialized divorce clinic led by experienced qualified family lawyers. We shall be providing free preliminary guidance to both Non-Muslims and Muslim expatriates in Dubai who are considering divorce/separation, requiring assistance with financial settlements or facing child custody and/or guardianship issues.

The clinic provides a great avenue to familiarize yourself with potential solutions to family issues; particularly when you are in a jurisdiction where the laws and procedures are different from your home country.

To schedule a virtual meeting for the Clinic, please contact us via email: info@twslegal.ae

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