She insisted on asking him for a divorce so he divorced her without really intending it
He gave her a third talaaq (divorce) and claimed that he said that in anger
Ruling on a man who divorced his wife three times when he was under the influence of witchcraft
He divorced her before consummating the marriage and wants to take her back without her father knowing
He divorced her three times when he was away from her and the news reached her when she was menstruating
Does the divorce issued by a kaafir judge or the court in a Western country count as talaaq?
Her husband did not fulfil her hopes of a life based on religious commitment; should she ask for divorce?
She asked her husband for a divorce because he mistreated her
He divorced his wife, and her ‘iddah has finished, can he remarry her without returning to the court?
Her husband does not pray and he refuses to divorce her until she gives him the child
Can she ask for a divorce because she does not want her husband and was forced to marry him?
He said to her “You are divorced (talaaq)” twice, as a joke, then she separated from him by khula‘
Affect of Change of Name on Divorce
A woman who was thrice-divorced (three talaaqs) married another man, with the intention of asking for divorce. Can she ask for divorce now?
Divorce (talaaq) counts as such even if it is not registered in court
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