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Muslim Law Advocate/Lawyer

Muslims in India are governed by the Muslim law of inheritance and Muslim divorce laws. Use Law Leader to hire a top rated Muslim lawyer in India, Muslim divorce lawyers in India, Islamic lawyers, Muslim property lawyers, for cases pertaining to Muslim divorce, Shia or Sunni Muslim talaq, disputes related to khula or mahr, Muslim family disputes, Islamic laws, and Muslim inheritance laws. The issue of triple talaq has once again ignited the age-old debate on the desirability of the Uniform Civil Code (UCC) in India. The Law Commission of India sought the views of people on the implementation of UCC. It put out a questionnaire on 7 October, which faced stiff opposition from the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) and some legal experts as it was alleged that it focuses mainly on the Muslim laws, ignoring discriminatory practices perpetuated by personal laws of other religious communities.

A Muslim law lawyer must excel in a few unique skills. They have to be an attentive listener because the decisions made in or out of court will greatly affect their client’s lives. Although it may be difficult, it is vital a divorce lawyer remains non-judgmental to assist them in promoting their own client’s best interests. Their interpersonal skills must be strong because they are dealing with a variety of relationships in their profession. Advocacy, mediation and alternative dispute resolution skills should be acquired and mastered in law school as well as through continual work experience in the field.

The most important function of an attorney of this sort is to handle estates and wills. They are responsible for handling the power of attorney role and they can advise families they are assisting on adoption issues or any of the parameters related to establishing a will. Muslim law lawyers also work hard at attempting to avoid costly fights in the court room that families might get pulled into. Lawyers represent the family in court by preparing pleadings, filings, and attending trials and court proceedings when required.