We are currently taking online video consultations. For face-to-face consultations please e-mail [email protected] for availability

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.

  • Marital discord / dispute
  • Marriage reconciliation
  • How to solve disagreements over rights, duties and responsibilities
  • How to solve disagreements over financial disputes
  • Rulings related to the Islamic custody of the children
  • How to resolve disputes over in-laws relationship and rights
  • We request that clients try their best to attend with their spouses, otherwise advice may be somewhat limited
  • For divorce/Talaaq related queries, please select 'Validity of Divorce'
  • For cases relating to Khula', please select 'Application for Khula' (Initial Assessment)'
Please note: We strongly advise that both spouses attend together, otherwise advice may be somewhat limited 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'
Please note: Both husband and wife are required to attend. More information on fees

  • Women who want to marry but do not have a Wali
  • How to deal with a Wali who is abusing his right of guardianship
  • Fatwa regarding marriage without Wali
Please note: Only the wife-to-be and/or any other family member are required for the appointment. The courter (man proposing) is not required for the appointment Cases subject to initial assessment interview before acceptance. More information on fees

  • Validity of Nikah
  • Custody of children
  • Non-financial disputes
Please note: All parties involved in the dispute are required to attend before any verdict is issued. The Council will try its utmost best to conclude the case within the first session. However, some complex cases may require further sessions (with additional fees - a quote will be provided after the first session). In some cases, the Council may not be able to provide a solution, due to the information presented or other external factors. More information on fees