Egyptian Family Law:

ASAS Law firm provides full legal services concerning family law in front of Egyptian justice system and the Egyptian Courts.

Our lawyers are prepared to listen to all the facts concerning your situation and work diligently to assist you to achieve your goals.

 

ASAS Law firm has a team of experienced and professional attorneys in the area of law including Marriage, Divorce, Child Custody, Mixed marriage, alimony …etc.

 

ASAS Law firm is specialized in Egyptian Family law concerning mixed marriage between Egyptian Citizens and foreigners.

Our team is cable of providing you with the best consultation concerning your case before you choose the legal option.

 

Our areas of expertise concerning Egyptian Family Law includes, but not limited to:

 

Marriage

Divorce

Mixed Marriage

Child Custody and Visitation

Family Law Service consultation.

Foreigners Marriage in Egypt:

Egypt Marriage License

 

Foreigners’ marriage in Egypt has become more complicated during the last few years. So, if you are planning on getting married in Egypt,

you should fully understand all official requirements, to consult with a foreigner marriage agent in Egypt such as ASAS law firm.

 

ASAS team of professional lawyers and notaries have conducted hundreds of civil marriages between Egyptian citizens and foreigners in Egypt.

We have helped our customers preparing all official documentation and requirements. Consult with one of our lawyers.

 

Basic Requirements for Marriage in Egypt:

The foreigner spouse should provide his/her Identification card, foreign passport, proof of citizenship, certificate of No Impediment, or certificate of single status.

All these certificates should be translated into Arabic and certified by the respective embassy in Egypt in order to be accepted by the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Some foreign embassies refuse to issue Certificate of Single Status or No Impediment Certificate. In this case, the foreigner spouse should provide an Affidavit stating

that he/she is single and free to marry. This Affidavit should also be notarized by a local notary public and bear the required signatures in order to be accepted by Egyptian authorities.

 

Foreigners considering marrying an Egyptian should fully understand the Egyptian Family law and Sharia. Especially if you are getting married to an Egyptian Woman, as they have many rights as a spouse or as a parent that would be very different from the women’s rights in your county. That is why ASAS law firm urges its customers to consult with an attorney to know all rights and duties resulting in marrying an Egyptian Citizen.

 

Foreigners Divorce in Egypt

The divorce rate between Egyptians and foreigners is increasing due to several reasons including cultural differences, physical

or emotional abuse or exploitation for immigration purpose. According to the laws of Islamic Sharia, the husband can terminate the marriage very easy.

However, the Egyptian law grants women the right to file for divorce with or without the cooperation of the husband, even if the woman is a non -Egyptian

who is married to an Egyptian Husband. ASAS Law Firm has helped hundreds of Non-Egyptian women to file for divorce from their Egyptian husbands.

All you have to do is to authorize one of ASAS Lawyers to act on your behalf before the Egyptian courts. You can also do this in the Egyptian Embassy if you were outside of Egypt.

Consult with one of our lawyers now.

 

Important rules and regulations concerning divorce in Egypt

 

If the husband is an Egyptian Muslim, the Muslim Law will apply.

If the husband is an Egyptian Christian, with the same sect such as Catholic or orthodox, the church law will apply.

If the woman has different faith or sect, the Muslim law will apply.

Child Custody & Visitation  

As a result of the rising divorce rate between Egyptians and foreigners, more conflicts arise concerning the Custody and visitation rights of the children.

We, at ASAS Law Firm, has long experience dealing with custody rights of dual nationality children. Our team of professional lawyers can represent you

in front of the Egyptian courts concerning child custody, visitation rights, and parental kidnapping. Consult with one of our lawyers now.

 

Custody & Visitation in Egypt

As a result of the rising divorce rate between Egyptians and foreigners, more conflicts arise concerning the Custody and visitation rights of the children.

We, at ASAS Law Firm, has long experience dealing with custody rights of dual nationality children. Our team of professional lawyers can represent you in

front of the Egyptian courts concerning child custody, visitation rights, and parental kidnapping. Consult with one of our lawyers now.

 

 

 

Child Custody

The Egyptian Family Law prefers to give the custody of a child to the mother of the father, especially if the children are still minors. The father is

granted visitation rights according to the law. However, if one of the parents is a Non- Egyptian, the conflicts of laws may cause problems and require legal proceedings.

In ASAS, we dealt with many custody cases pertaining to a dual nationality children. You may review some of the main Egyptian Laws concerning Custody and Visitation rights:

 

The priority of child custody according to the Egyptian law is for the mother, then for the female relatives who in a consanguinity degree that prohibit marriage.

The female relatives on the mother side are preferred more the female relatives of the father side.

The custody of the child is given to the mother even if she was a Non-Egyptian Citizen.

The Custody right of the mother is terminated when the children reach 15 years old.

The parent that doesn’t have the custody right has the right to see the children for at least 3 hours per week.

In case of failure in arranging visitation time, the court shall determine the visitation time without harming the child regular schedule concerning schooling or sports activities.

Good Office Committee- Egyptian Ministerial Decree

The Egyptian Ministry of Justice has established the International Cooperation Committee in 2000 to resolve the child custody disputes related to mixed marriage in Egypt.

The International Cooperation Committee is also known as “Good Office Committee”.

 

Its main purpose is to promote and enhance the international cooperation in resolving disputes concerning child custody born from mixed parents in

accordance with the Egyptian family law as well as the laws of the foreign parent.

 

ASAS Law firm understands how stressful and difficult the divorce over the children, that’s why we try to provide all possible legal help to finish all legal proceedings

related to child custody and visitation time in a timely manner. Call our office now for more information.

 

Family Law Consultation    

ASAS Law Firm provides Egyptians and Non-Egyptian Citizen with a wide range of legal service and expert consultations regarding the Egyptian Family Law including mixed marriage,

mixed divorce, custody and visitation rights for children born from a mixed marriage. Consult with ASAS Attorney now.

 

What is a legal Consultations service?

A legal consultation is definitely not a legal representation and it doesn’t form a Client/ Attorney relationship. It is simply a legal advice,

where the potential client seeks information regarding a certain situation/case in accordance with the Egyptian law. You should ask an expert lawyer about your legal advice,

not any regular individual to avoid any misleading information that might alter your life.

 

ASAS Law Firm has a team of professional lawyers and attorney that will be able to provide you with the required consultation about Egyptian Family Law.

Although a legal consultation doesn’t form a Client/ lawyer relationship, your confidentiality will be protected by ASAS Law Firm. We, at ASAS, will be

able to provide legal consultations about Egyptian Family Law including:

 

Foreigners Marriage in Egypt.

Foreigners Divorce in Egypt.

Custody and Visitation for children born of a mixed marriage.

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