The move is created to be "a step aimed at protecting the rights of female clients, and enhancing digital transformation with more services", according to the Ministry of Justice in a statement obtained by CNN.
The measure would ensure that women could demand their right to maintenance, if you are divorced, said the Saudi-Arabian lawyer Nisreen al-Ghamdi as, the BBC reported.
"It also ensures that any powers of attorney issued before the divorced are not misused".
Previously, a Saudi woman was required to petition courts, sometimes for years, to win custody of children after a divorce.
The ministry stated that the courts across the Kingdom have received a circular to enforce this directive from Sunday so as to provide beneficiaries assistance in preserving their rights.
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"The male guardianship system is a core issue and it must be dismantled", said Abu-Dayyeh.
Saudi Arabia is home to a number of women-only universities.
In such an instance, a woman filed a legal case against her former husband who divorced her without telling her, but continued to have relations with her, which amounted to a sinful situation.
Prince Mohammed bin Salman, named heir to the throne in June 2017, has pushed an economic plan, known as "Vision 2030", that aims to boost the female quota in the workplace from 22 percent to 30 percent by 2030.
The match, which is set to be held on January 16th in Jeddah, has been hailed by Serie A president Gaetano Micciche as a "historic" match that could drive Saudi women to take up the sport.
Pleading her case on Twitter, the woman - who wanted to seek asylum in Australia - said she was trying to flee her family, who subjected her to physical and psychological abuse.