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Important: Please ensure that you select the service related to your case. Failure to select the correct service will result in re-arrangement of your appointment. Please read service details and information on fees before proceeding.
Appointments relating to existing cases must be made via phone or e-mail (to ensure that the same adviser handles the case). Please call 0208 610 9870 with your case reference number.
- Application to dissolve Islamic marriage contract
- Initial stages:
- Initial assessment interview
- Following assessment, decision made by panel if case taken on or not
- If case taken on, husband contacted to be informed of application and necessary steps taken thereafter (including joint meetings)
- UK CLIENTS ONLY
1. Total fees are £500 (£250 initial assessment fee covers the first session and an additional £250 will be due upon progression beyond the initial assessment session*)
2. Khula is NOT A GUARANTEE at the end of the process.
3. If there is no contact from the client for a period of three months or more, the council will automatically close the case and by policy there will be no reminders communicated of the closure.
More information on fees
- Validity of a past divorce
- Divorce in anger
- Three divorces in one sitting
- Islamic divorce vs civil divorce
- Cases of Talaaq
- Validity of Khula'/Faskh
- To apply for Khula', please select service 'Application for Khula'
- Both husband and wife wanting to divorce Islamically. Please note:
- Both husband and wife are required to attend
- Wife must not be on her menstrual cycle at time of appointment
- Husband and wife should not have had any intimacy since the wife's last menstrual cycle
- Certification is only issued once the wife has completed the 'iddah period
- Husband/Wife seeking paperwork for previous divorce
- For queries relating to Khula', please select service 'Application for Khula’
- Validity of Nikah
- Custody of children
- Non-financial disputes