Divorce in Islam
Divorce is permitted in Islam as a last resort if it is not possible to continue a marriage. Certain steps need to be taken to ensure that all options have been exhausted and both parties are treated with respect and justice.
In Islam, it is believed that married life should be filled with mercy, compassion, and tranquillity. Marriage is a great blessing. Each partner in the marriage has certain rights and responsibilities, which are to be fulfilled in a loving way in the best interests of the family.
Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Our clergy team can help with counselling and completing the process of the divorce with the most utter consideration to Islamic requirements and laws of Alberta. It is important that both parties understand the process and be guided through relevant Islamic teachings, to ensure both parties rights are being preserved. You can contact our office and book an appointment with any of our well diverse Imams.
Steps to an Islamic Divorce
Please note that those are general steps and guidelines for divorce in Islam. Each situation is unique and the below steps and guidelines may or may not apply to your situation.
Please reach out to us for a consultation that is specific to your case.