He made divorce conditional upon something, then he forgot what it was
If he says to his wife, “Divorce [talaaq]” or “You are divorce”
If the spouses disagree as to whether divorce has happened or not, then what counts is the husband’s word, unless the wife can produce proof
When Talaq Is Not Valid
He said to his wife: “I divorce you” or “I am divorcing you”
He said to his wife: If you do not do such and such, then you can go, or I don’t need you
Husband uttering the words of zihaar in front of his wife by way of telling something that happened, asking a question or commenting on someone who said that
The difference between khul‘, talaaq and faskh (ways of ending a marriage)
Is it permissible to divorce a woman who is breastfeeding?
He married her on condition that he would divorce her after two years; what is the ruling on his marriage and what must he do?
Can she ask for a divorce if her husband takes a second wife?
Will a conditional divorce be nullified if a woman is completely divorced then her husband marries her again with a new marriage contract?
Marriage without the woman’s wali (guardian), and innovated divorces (talaaq bid‘i)
He said to her before consummation of the marriage and after being alone with her: “I don’t want you any more”, and he does not remember what his intention was
Issues having to do with conditional divorce, and different fatwas about whether it counts as such
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