A divorced woman waived her right to maintenance during the ‘iddah, then changed her mind during that time
Can the wife spend on herself from the estate of her deceased husband during the mourning period?
He stopped working and his savings decreased. Is he obliged to spend on his mother even though that is difficult for him? Or can he give her zakaah?
Is the father obliged to spend on university for his son, and is the son obliged to give his salary to his father after he graduates, in accordance with tradition?
He wants to know: who are the relatives on whom a man is obliged to spend?
What are the husband’s obligations towards his children and his ex-wife who has custody of them?
Is it obligatory for the mother to arrange the marriage of her son who is poor, if she is able to do that and the father is not well off?
If a child gives some of his daily allowance in charity, will the reward go to the father or to the son?
Definition of miserliness according to Islamic teachings
If the husband disappears without a trace, who is obliged to spend on his wife?
The reward for spending on one’s wife and children
Spending On a Wife Who Works
Is the wife entitled to a monthly allowance?
Is it permissible for the wife to save some of her money and her husband’s money without him knowing?
If the husband refuses to spend on his wife’s maintenance, is it permissible for her to refuse to share his bed?
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