He said to his brother-in-law “Your sister is divorced.” Has divorce taken place?.
He said to his wife, “If I bring you home then you are divorced”.
He said to her: You are not my wife and I will never come back to you.
She is using man-made laws to prevent her husband from marrying again.
Ruling on divorcing in jest.
She claims that her husband raped her daughter and left; is she divorced automatically?.
He did a marriage contract with her and she changed – should he divorce her?.
If he says: “If I marry So and so then she is divorced”.
Is it permissible for him to stay in the same house with his divorced wife?.
Divorce in Writing.
He said to his wife during an argument: This is a separation between me and you.
Her husband divorced her twice and she has got to know a young man via the internet who wants to marry her.
What should the woman who is revocably divorced avoid and what should she avoid if she is irrevocably divorced?.
Divorce does not take place on the basis of a decision or intention unless the words are uttered.
He said to his wife, “It’s over” and he does not know whether he intended then to divorce her or not.
He swore to divorce her three times in a moment of anger.
If he divorces her before consummation then marries her again, does she have two divorces left or three?.
He took his wife back during her ‘iddah on the basis of a fatwa but she obtained a different fatwa and married someone else.
If he says to his wife: “You are haraam for me”.
His mother wants him to divorce his second wife so that no one else will follow his example and marry more than one wife.