The chapter focuses on women to explore their experiences of informal dispute processing using religious frameworks. The sample of women was representative of a variety of geographic and ethnic origins and immigration histories and who reflects different relationships to Islam as a religion. Religious counsellors are moreover regularly consulted by lawyers and they even work, albeit rarely, with them on specific issues. Canadian Muslim women and various actors in the field quote many difficulties behind marital problems: changing roles in the couple, the question of children's education, the fear of a new culture's impact on children and the crisis of adolescence as well as disagreement concerning religious practices. Most of the religious counsellors align themselves with a specific school of thought and try to adapt their answer to the profile of the participant according to their madhhab, or consult with persons specialized in the madhhab of the participants.