The Massachusetts Court of Appeals in Ravasizadeh v. Niakosari

By Iman Abdulkadir Mohamed The Massachusetts Court of Appeals in Ravasizadeh v. Niakosari,[1] a case of first impression, held that a Muslim marriage contract is enforceable under neutral principles of contract law without violating the Constitution's separation of Church and States. In Ravasizadeh, the parties married on June 20, 2000 in New York. According to … Continue reading The Massachusetts Court of Appeals in Ravasizadeh v. Niakosari