In Singapore, persons of the Muslim faith are subject to Syariah law, in addition to Singapore civil law generally.
For most Muslims, Syariah law affects them mainly in the areas of probate and administration of a deceased’s estate, wills and estate planning (e.g. Wasiat and Hibbah), and divorce.
In the commercial space we advise clients on Islamic financing matters which is integrated with our knowledge of civil banking, finance and capital matters.
IRB Law has one of the largest Syariah law practices, with more than 10 lawyers and paralegals with expertise in this unique area of law. Our Syariah law practitioners are conversant in Malay, Tamil, Chinese and English.
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