When taking the wife back (following a revocable divorce), it is not essential that the wife know.
Ruling on one who says “Harramt (she is haraam to me)” but does not intend to divorce.
He divorced his wife (talaaq) five times!.
He divorced his wife irrevocably then died during her ‘iddah.
Is artificial insemination regarded as taking back a wife who is revocably divorced?.
He divorced her five times on various occasions.
Getting a civil divorce to avoid prison for the husband who has another wife.
He uttered the word of divorce (talaaq) whilst explaining the rulings on divorce and its wording to his wife.
He divorced his wife to prove to his family that he's not scared of her while not wanting to do so.
He divorced her via text message several times, and when she was menstruating, and when he was angry.
Talaaq of one who is mentally ill.
His wife is accusing him of harassing her sister and he said to her: If I touch your sister then our marriage is invalid. Then he touched her again with desire.
He divorced his wife and they want to get back together in accordance with sharee‘ah.
Her husband divorced her (talaaq) then took her back, then she asked him for a second and third talaaq, and is asking whether this is khul‘ or talaaq.
Her husband’s family told her that he had divorced her but she did not hear that from her husband, and he did not write any divorce paper for her.
She got married a second time for the purpose of going back to her first husband.
Divorcing (talaaq) three times based on a belief that it is obligatory.
He issued a conditional divorce in a state of extreme anger in which he almost lost his mind.
She got divorced when she was pregnant, then she miscarried, but there were no human features in the embryo; she thought that her ‘iddah was over at that point, then she got married.