Debt collection as financial service is a totally new business sector in Turkey. Until recently, payment issues were either being settled after lengthy Court procedures, or solved in a personal rather questionable fashion. Consultancy companies did not at all play any role and pre-legal collection has never been an option to foreign creditors. At the same time, due to increasing internationalization of Turkish companies and exceptional economic growth of the Turkish economy, the total value of foreign accounts payables has been rising steadily.
Hitherto, a company which was facing problematic accounts in Turkey was bound to experience complicated administrative requirements and costly legal procedures. Moreover, cultural differences and long distances created additional hurdles in terms of communication. By taking the step to bridge the gap between culture and trade and with launching its pre-legal collection services, DAT-Consultancy can genuinely be regarded as a pioneer company. By combining a personal approach, mediation and judicial solutions in a unique all-inclusive package it has greatly reduced financial risk for foreign companies trading in Turkey.
Within two years their activities on debt collection have developed into a full-fledged collection service, furthered by its appointment as GCS-Group’s official representative in Turkey as of December 2009. A focused approach on pre-legal procedures such as registered demand letters, notifications, regular collection calls, and company visits has proven itself to be very effective in reaching payment agreements in Turkey. In addition, we have since recently access to the full Turkish trade registry, and are able to retrieve all relevant data for each registered business in Turkey. In case a debtor remains reluctant to pay, DAT-Consultancy’s exclusive contract with its law-firm allows for low-cost legal proceedings in which lawyer fees become only due in case of a positive ruling. With a 70% success rate and an average time span of 2 months for solving any debt claim pre-legally, DAT-Consultancy’s tailored services can be called highly successful.
Muslims residing in the State of New York are in a dual situation when it comes to the implementation of family law. On one hand, they are governed by the religious law of Islam, known as Islamic sharia, and on the other hand, the secular family law of the state of New York. To Muslims, the family law of Islam mandates that marriage and divorce among Muslims should be done in accordance with the Islamic sharia, regardless of whether they live in an Islamic or secular country. Civil divorce decrees obtained by secular courts are not recognized by Islamic sharia.
Under Islamic law, a Muslim man may marry a non-Muslim woman, whereas a Muslim woman is prohibited from marrying non-Muslim man. Under these rules, a non-Muslim woman marrying a Muslim man in compliance with Islamic sharia is subject to the rules of Islam in the areas of divorce, child custody and inheritance. In other words, a non-Muslim woman who gets married to a Muslim man in accordance with Islamic sharia, loses custody of her children in case of divorce, or in case the husband dies. Consequently, a non-Muslim woman marrying to a Muslim man is forced, under the rules of Islamic sharia, to surrender custody of her son when he reaches the age of seven, and her daughter at the age of nine. She also prohibited from inheritance. These rules are applied throughout Muslim countries with a system of sharia-based family law in place.
Marriage Contracts in Islamic Sharia
Under the rules of Islamic sharia, the marriage contract should include: (1) names and addresses of the couple; (2) name of the guardian of the bride; (3) names and addresses of two male witnesses; and (4) the amount of mahr, or a promise of money or its equivalent to be given by the husband to the bride. Like any other civil contracts, Islamic marriage contract should be in the form of offer and acceptance by the parties.
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The collaborative process, started by Minneapolis family lawyer Stuart Webb in 1990, provides alternative dispute resolution using a team of professionals working jointly for the couple, rather than in adversarial roles. It is just now hitting the radar screen in Illinois, where practitioners estimate that about 300 divorces have been handled this way in the last several years. The state averages about 35,000 divorces a year, records show.
Both parties agree not to enter litigation. Couples often hire attorneys trained in collaborative law and bring in shared accountants, financial planners, business valuation experts, child psychologists and even life coaches to help the couple. Unlike impartial mediators, the attorneys can advise their clients as advocates.
Proponents say it dramatically cuts the tension–and the costs–involved in traditional contested divorces.
It can be mind numbingly boring searching through the vast amounts of online legal blogs. If you are looking for the most valuable ones that have the best, most up to date information, there is a quick easy way to finding them.
There is an overwhelming number of law blogs now available and unfortunately many of them have posts of poor quality. These blog posts tend to be more of a sales pitch to spend money on a law firm’s services or a law resource site’s products. Some of these websites are not updated frequently so it could be likely that the information available is years old and no longer relevant.
Obviously, these legal blogs of poor quality are not highly regarded by other law-related bloggers so there are very few sites out there linking to posts with information of little to no value. The key is to know how to quickly identify which ones to trust to have free legal questions answered and the ones that need to be weeded out and disregarded.