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A&A Legal Advisors


With our wide range of expertise in all areas of corporate law, we are able to support both big and small businesses. We help safeguard their future and maximize opportunities that they can capitalize on to their gain. Our practice also extends to private individuals, and we
are committed to assisting them in the best way possible, while also looking out for their interests.

Our commercial lawyers are able to secure the most favorable outcomes for our clients. We achieve this by simply being flexible and listening to what our clients have to say. We then combine this with creative, out-of-the-box solutions backed by professionalism. Our criminal lawyers provide practical and sensible advice. We are strong advocates of alternate dispute resolution, where we manage strategy with a pragmatic approach to deal with problems. This calls for a lot of skill, but you can trust us to deliver. Our family lawyers can be counted on for their discretion, and they are always sensitive towards the needs of our clients.

Our People

We encourage everyone to participate in discussions and share their ideas. This helps us to harness diverse perspectives and work together, putting us in a better position to meet the
unique needs of our clients.

Our Values

We believe in diversity and inclusion. We value each other as individuals, and recognize that their differences bring strength to the organization. We strive to understand each other, with fairness underpinning our friendly and open work culture.

What We Believe In

We value all our clients as individuals. We believe in having a consultative approach in everything we do. This applies also to the decisions we make as an organization. Every point of view is heard, and carefully considered.
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All wages are now to be paid through the Wages Protection System, which looks at the salary agreed upon at the time of signing the work contract. Employers are also required to either submit AED 3000 as a bank guarantee for every employee or insure them at a cost of AED 250 each for two years. In case the employer is not able to pay the salary or any other benefits, the employee can receive up to AED 20,000 for unpaid wages/benefits. This is made possible through the wage insurance policy.
If your employer terminates your employment for non-performance, you can file a complaint with the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation. A valid reason must be furnished by your employer for terminating your employment, and failure to do so will result in the termination being termed arbitrary. Your employer is then liable to compensate you with three months’ pay for arbitrary termination of employment.
This depends on the emirate you are in. For instance, if you terminate the Tenancy Contract early in the emirate of Sharjah, you are liable to pay your landlord 30% of the rental for the remaining period. However, if you and the landlord have agreed in writing that the advance rental for any remaining period would be refunded in full, then the terms of the Tenancy Contract must be adhered to.

According to Article 374 of the Penal Law, abusing any individual carries an imprisonment term of six month or a fine of up to AED 5000. This has also been determined to be applicable even if the perpetrator is using a phone in the presence of others. A criminal complaint can be filed against the husband if supported by a witness.


In case the foul language is used against the wife privately, the wife can approach the Personal Status Court, seeking remedy under Section 55(5) of Personal Status Law which mentions ‘non-infliction of bodily or moral prejudice to the wife’ as a right of the wife. The Personal Status Court may caution the husband and advise counselling to settle any outstanding matters amicably.

If you are employed with a company on the mainland and have signed a limited period work contract, you cannot terminate it before the expiry of the work contract. If you do so even with the employer’s consent, you are not allowed to work anywhere in the United Arab Emirates for a period of one year from the date of leaving employment. You are also liable to pay half of three months’ salary to your employer if you terminate a limited period work contract before its expiry.
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