Divorce

99328 - He divorced her three times when he was away from her and the news reached her when she was menstruating 127179 - Does the divorce issued by a kaafir judge or the court in a Western country count as talaaq? 171317 - Her husband did not fulfil her hopes of a life based on religious commitment; should she ask for divorce? 82439 - She asked her husband for a divorce because he mistreated her 107018 - He divorced his wife, and her ‘iddah has finished, can he remarry her without returning to the court? 167252 - Her husband does not pray and he refuses to divorce her until she gives him the child 165974 - Can she ask for a divorce because she does not want her husband and was forced to marry him? 164116 - He said to her “You are divorced (talaaq)” twice, as a joke, then she separated from him by khula‘ 161289 - Affect of Change of Name on Divorce 169557 - A woman who was thrice-divorced (three talaaqs) married another man, with the intention of asking for divorce. Can she ask for divorce now? 169624 - Divorce (talaaq) counts as such even if it is not registered in court 169939 - He divorced her via text message then he denied it or forgot 172162 - He divorced her three times when she was menstruating 164548 - If her husband gets a contagious disease can she ask for divorce? 160830 - He divorced his wife three times in a moment of anger 166433 - He said to his wife: “You are free of me when you get your visa” 162824 - The police forced him to divorce his wife with a threefold talaaq 171791 - Her husband divorced her by talaaq and she married another man during the ‘iddah 160648 - She is a new Muslim and she married a man who she thought was righteous, then he mistreated her. Should she ask him for a divorce? 34589 - Problems caused by wife’s illness