The Saudi Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has launched the second phase of the Alimony Fund initiative, a stage covering “temporary maintenance” for those with a ruling in their favor but not yet enforced for a reason other than insolvency.
With this phase, the ministry wants to ensure financial coverage for beneficiaries during a transitional period in order to create stability.
The ministry completed the pilot phase of the fund, which cover “permanent maintenance,” and plans for a third phase covering “urgent maintenance” in cases still being heard.
“The fund aims at the prompt disbursement of maintenance and the financial stability of families,” the ministry said. “In order to fast-track applications, we opened direct communication with clients through an online platform.”