Q & A (Others)
1. He swore on pain of divorce that he would never touch her again
2. He said to her “I give talaaq talaaq talaaq” as a joke or wanting to know the words of talaaq???
3. He said to her “I divorce you” or “You are divorced” with the intention of threatening and scaring her
4. He made divorce conditional upon something, then he forgot what it was
5. Her husband mistreats her and forces her to work, and he refuses to divorce her, and she is in a country where there are no sharee‘ah courts
6. Her husband beats her and does not spend on her, and there is no Muslim judge in her city
7. What are the husband’s obligations towards his children and his ex-wife who has custody of them?
8. If he says to his wife, “Divorce [talaaq]” or “You are divorce”
9. He did not utter the word of divorce or write it down, but he asked the lawyer to issue the wife a threat of divorce
10. He divorced her thrice during a period of purity in which he had had intercourse with her
11. He said to his wife: If you do not do such and such, then you can go, or I don’t need you
12. He said to his wife: “I divorce you” or “I am divorcing you”
13. Guidelines concerning implicit phrases of divorce
14. If the spouses disagree as to whether divorce has happened or not, then what counts is the husband’s word, unless the wife can produce proof
15. His wife asked him for a divorce, so he gave her khula‘ even though she refused it. Is their separation regarded as khula‘ or talaaq?
16. Marriage without the woman’s wali (guardian), and innovated divorces (talaaq bid‘i)
17. If he said to his wife: “Go back to your father’s house,” does that count as a divorce (talaaq)?
18. It is not permissible for a Muslim to refer for judgement to man-made laws or to take more than he is entitled to
19. He denied the marriage contract then affirmed it; does that count as a talaaq (divorce)?
20. Her husband has divorced her and is refusing to let her go back to his house until she has apologized to his parents