Aina Khan Law

Aina Khan OBE, Managing Director & Solicitor

Aina Khan OBE is a world-renowned Family law specialist with over 27 years’ experience and over 5,000 cases. She provides decisive, speedy and cost-effective legal settlements and works closely with a divorce coach and hypnotherapist when needed. Aina is a leading expert in international families. She also has an unparalleled knowledge of Islamic and Asian family issues. She is regularly instructed to prepare Expert Reports for Judges and individuals.
Aina quickly identifies the precise solution to complex legal issues, sets innovative strategy at the outset and delivers lasting results in:

  • Children arrangements; relocating and moving abroad
  • Divorce, separation, nullity
  • Family businesses, Franchises, Shareholdings, Company Assets, Trusts
  • Fathers & grandparents’ rights to see children
  • Financial settlements after divorce
  • Freezing Orders on properties, cars, bank accounts
  • International families; ex-pats; jurisdictional disputes
  • International and Islamic marriage and divorce
  • Offshore assets; under-declared assets and income
  • Tracing missing assets in the UK and abroad

Aina works with expert teams in Property, Wealth Management, Alternative Dispute Resolution and more. She has for many years had a personally chosen, trusted network of legal experts across Europe, the Middle East, the Far East, South East Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Australia. Aina often appears on media, writes and lectures at UK and International Universities and plays an active part in community affairs.

Among other things, Aina Khan is:

  • Advisor to Government – Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Defence, Home Office, Foreign Office, Department of Communities & Local Government, Parliamentarians
  • Author of “Islamic Alternative Dispute Resolution” for LexisNexis’ Family Law Service
  • Director of ‘Register Our Marriage’
  • Law Society’s Family Law Advanced Panel; Resolution member
  • Married with 2 children
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