1 Claim Statement
The statement of Claim is summarized by the Claimant or the family lawyer in Dubai. The statement of claim has set to be in writing and must be in the Arabic verbal communication. The statement of claim should comprise the names of the parties, the locality, and addresses of the parties next to their phone numbers, the officially permitted grounds for the claim along with the request and demand of the claimant. The statement of claim is a synopsis of the facts and leads the way further into the process.
Next step is Submitting the Claim
The statement of Claim is then submitted to the Family Court by means of an online system. After the claim is acknowledged by the Case Management Department at the Family Court, the claim is intentional. Following this, the court may ask the claimant for additional explanation of the submitted claim which may include elucidation of the facts, or the contact details of the parties, or any other information the Court thinks is essential for the claim to ensue to the next step in the Family Court process.
The notification process is, possibly the most demanding part of the proceedings for the claimant. The notification process is prolonged and time consuming and can take up 30% to 40% of the time of the complete case. This time can be somewhere up to 4 months.
Subsequent the notification of the parties, the course of exchanging memos starts. The early memo is proposed by the Claimant or his family and Divorce lawyers in Dubai to the court. After this is done, one of two things is likely to occur:
Firstly, The Respondent may inquire the court for more time to revise the Claim or time to employ a lawyer.
Secondly, if the claimant attended the first hearing himself, his lawyer is possible to ask for time to study the file. These requests shall be put forward in writing to the court.
It is consented by Law, that during the line of the proceedings, the court must proffer the Parties an agreeable settlement to the disagreement at least once. The court has broad judgment as to when it think it suitable to do so, however, it is an obligatory step by the court. This recommends of an agreeable settlement can be accessible by the court both at the First Instance stage as well as the Appeals stage.
Keeping the consequence and the moral constitution of the society and the significance of family therein, the present of a settlement by the court is the last effort by the court to bring together between the parties. The parties are compulsory to be present, in person, at this stage.If an agreeable settlement is accomplished between the Parties at this stage, an agreement is drafted and placed in front of the judge for his endorsement.