In this question, I will answer only the rights of the divorced woman, not
the incubator, so my answer will be all about the rights of the wife who
asks for divorce, regardless of her custody of the children, because custody
of children requires other rights.
There are several basic rights referred to in the UAE Personal Status Law,
which are; The delay of the dowry, the maintenance of the waiting period,
and the alimony (the expense of the alimony is owed by the wife who was
divorced against her will).
A divorced wife can also claim marital maintenance up to 3 years prior
(maximum) to the date of filing the case (but she must prove that the
husband was abstaining from spending in the previous periods). Also, the
divorce petitioner is also entitled to claim the sums of money that she had
paid to the husband during the marriage, because according to UAE law, the
woman has a financial liability independent of her husband.
But in the meantime, the judicial nature of the courts of the Emirate of
Dubai imposes an application derived from the provisions of Islamic Sharia,
so the non-Muslim wife may not obtain the maintenance of the waiting period,
for example, because non-Islamic systems do not know the waiting period
after divorce, because the non-Muslim wife is not detained after the divorce
in favor of her husband. Therefore, there are many elements that govern the
issue of the financial rights of divorced women in the UAE, the most
important of which are the religion of the parties to the conflict, the law
applicable to the conflict, and so on.