This course gives a detailed study of muslim family law according to the mainstream Muslims (Ahlu Al-Sunnah) taken from the four major juristic schools. The course covers the pre-marital stage, weddings, rights and responsibilities of the spouses within a marriage, as well as divorce, alimony, and custody.
ALLAH (SWA) Said in the Holly Quraan:
Your parents and your children, ye know not which of them are nearest to you in benefit. (Qur’an, 4:11)
If We grant long life to any, We cause him to be reversed in nature . ( Qur’an, 36:68)
Family law (also called matrimonial law or the law of domestic relations) is an area of the law that deals with family matters and domestic relations.
The law of marriage and its different types of marriage, also covering respective duties, condition of marriage and defects, terms of marriage, duration of marriage and dowry (mehr/mahr),
The law of divorce and different forms of divorce, also covering the disbanding of the contract, death of a partner and the waiting period.
- Guardianship, (walāyah),
- The Custody of children (kefālah)
- Maintenance (nafaqah),
- Polygamy, (taa’dod al azwaj)
- Marriage related Inheritance laws, (werāthah)
- Bequest (waşiyyah)
- Family planning
- Islam and gender, and the rights of the women
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