Divorce Rules in Islam

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Knowledge of the rules of divorce is important for both spouses. Although only a husband can start a divorce, a wife should be aware of her consequences so that she can conduct her affairs in accordance with religion in case of divorce.

Divorce has two types: explicit or implicit.

Explicit is what happens regardless of intent, and its statement carries only one meaning in accordance with the language. This includes, for example, the word divorce, I divorce you, or answer “yes” to the question, will you be separated from your wife?

Divorce Rules in Islam
Divorce Rules in Islam

An implicit one can have several meanings, and a divorce takes place only if there was an intention for it to initiate an assertion. Here are some examples: “Go back to your parents,” “you yourself,” or “start calculating your idd.”

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In addition, a divorce can be made dependent on the matter, for example, if you do it, and then you will be dispelled, in that case, if the woman makes the mentioned question, then she will be divorced.

When a woman is divorced, she must wait for her idd before marrying another, and leave her house (except for the need to get her food or learn / teach compulsory knowledge). If a woman receives a menstrual period, then her idd is 3 periods of purity. If she has reached the age of menopause, then her idd is 3 months of the moon, and if she is pregnant, then she delivers.

Iddah from divorce or divorce

Woman who gets her period

3 periods of purity

Woman who is pregnant

When she delivers

Menopause Woman

3 months moon

 

During the period of the idda, the husband can return her to marriage, saying that I will return you to my marriage, unless it was 3th divorce. The 3rd level of divorce takes place if the husband says that I divorce you by 3, for example, or I divorce you once, but intending to hold a three-stage divorce, or if this is the third time he divorced her, even if these times were separated by long time intervals. In such cases, the wife is divorced in three.

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Marriage can be terminated (divorced) and re-initiated twice (with the above statement) without the need for a new contract, if this is done during idd. If idda passed, then a new contract is required. If after a three-level divorce, the spouses want to marry again, then she must finish her real idd, marry another man, have sexual intercourse with him, divorce her, end this idd, and only after that she can marry the first man but new contract. If this process is not undertaken, the couple cannot be together, and if this is then, then this is an illegal relationship.

In addition, divorce is classified into 3 types. It is permissible, t. E. Not sinful, sinful, and neither one nor the other.

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Divorce Rules in Islam
Divorce Rules in Islam

A valid divorce is what happens after the initial sexual intercourse, without regret, and not during the period of purity, in which it is combined with it (va layfeydin kabla). In this kind of divorce, idd begins immediately.

Sinful divorce occurs after the initial sexual intercourse, during the period of purity during which he had sexual intercourse, and there were no signs of pregnancy, in which case he may regret if there was a pregnancy. In addition, if she has menstruation or bleeding after giving birth, it is a sin to divorce her, because it will make her idd longer.

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Neither a divorce nor a divorce occurs when he divorces her before the initial sexual intercourse, she is pregnant or has reached menopausal age.


Source Darulfatwa
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