She vowed to sacrifice a sheep on behalf of her mother; can she offer the charity in the form of money instead?
She swears oaths to her children then they go against her wishes. Does she have to offer expiation?
Ruling on swearing by the right of Qur’aan
He vowed to give 100,000 riyals in charity. Should he fulfil his vow?
He has the habit of swearing by Allaah whether he is telling the truth or not. How can he expiate for these oaths?
A vow in intention only does not have to be fulfilled
Ruling on offering expiation for breaking an oath (kafaarat yameen) in the form of money
Swearing by the life of Allaah is permissible
She said to her husband: You are haraam to me until the Day of Judgement
How should he offer expiation for his oath?
He vowed to offer an ‘aqeeqah for his son, but he was unable to fulfil his vow; what must he do?
He vowed to fast Rajab, Sha’baan and Ramadaan, but he cannot do so because of his work
She fasted to expiate for breaking an oath, and she did not know that she should have fed poor people
She vowed to memorize Soorat Yoosuf and she did memorize it, but now she has forgotten some of the verses
It is not permissible to expiate for a broken oath by fasting unless you are unable to feed or clothe needy people or to free a slave