Muslim Deed of Family Arrangements

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It is essential in cases where a Muslim wants to distribute more than 1/3 of his Estate to non-beneficiaries or to distribute his Estate equally to all Faraid beneficiaries for the Faraid beneficiaries to sign the Deed. The said Deed will be written evidence that they have agreed for your Estate to be distributed according to your Wasiat. Your Will is considered as valid if all the Faraid beneficiaries consent to the distribution of your Estate to be according to your Will if your Will does not follow the limitations under the Syariah Law.

Regardless of whether it is a Muslim or non-Muslim Will, the executors named in a Muslim Will or non-Muslim Will must make an application at the Family Justice Courts for the Grant of Probate. At Emerald Law, our lawyers will advise you on these procedures, to help solve issues surrounding the division of your matrimonial assets.


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We specialize in the fair division of matrimonial assets, advocating for an equitable distribution based on legal and equitable principles.

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Our services include obtaining Syariah probate or letters of administration, facilitating the smooth administration of estates in accordance with Islamic law.



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frequently asked questions

Syariah Law FAQ's

Yes, we do. It is for us to discuss your matter briefly and to provide you with a general overview. There will be no review of documents during the free first consultation.

Emerald Law is not part of the Syariah Court of Singapore.

The Syariah Court of Singapore is located at the following address:
Family Link @ Lengkok Bahru 8, Lengkok Bahru,
Singapore 159052
You may contact them at the following number:
+65 63548371 (Hotline)
For more information on the Syariah Court of Singapore, please visit their website here.


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  • I have some questions on paying Maintenance to my Spouse or for my Children, can you help me?
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We will try our best to accommodate your financial needs. We offer fixed fee arrangements and even instalment payments for our services.

However, if you are unable to afford our services, we will recommend that you approach the legal aid bureau or law society pro bono services to see if you qualify.

Having a lawyer to assist you is helpful. The lawyers assigned to your matter are specialised in Muslim Law in Singapore. They will be able to help you navigate through the processes with ease and avoid potential problems early on in your matter.

By having lawyers you can potentially avoid unnecessary problems in your matter or problems that may arise in the future. Typically solving these problems is costly, so engaging a lawyer would actually help you save cost in the future.

With our wealth of experience, we can help you find solutions in the most cost-effective approach.

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