The custody is with the mother as long as she does not remarry. Kindly refer to the following link(s): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U5GK8Wk9LFE&app=desktopRead more
If the father doesn’t object and the new husband is ok with that, this is permissible.Read more
I have all conditions to give my husband khula but I have a 3 yr old daughter whose custody my husband & inlaws aren’t giving me,they’re rich people.Do you think it’s permissible by Allah swt for me to not give khula for my daughter’s sake?I have done isteqara,didn’t get any answer,but a chain of situations just made me come back with to my husband.
This is a decision you must take by yourself! The custody is yours islamically and even in most countries that are not Islamic.Read more
This is permissible but you must give him rights to see his child on holidays and to be with him and also to contact him on weekly basis.Read more
I have a son.I wnt to raise my son according to islam.my husband doesnt.He wnts our son to try everything in his life.He even tried to convince me to indulge in Riba & that he will take the punishment for me.I’m divorcing because he isnt religious and i fear for my son.Hwever i’m scared,if i remarry that his dad will get the custody.Wouldn’t the father being not religious count?
In an Islamic country, this would count, as her mother would be awarded the custody of the child if the father is not fit.Read more
When a man and a woman who are married divorce and they have a child, the man must pay for the child and is responsible for it , right? but what if the man wants to move to another country together with his child and the mother doesn’t want to give the child to him, is it permissible then to negotiate that the woman pays for everything alone and both agree so that the father doesn’t have to pay anything? (it was even the mother’s idea)
As long as the woman didn’t marry, the custody of the child must remain with her and the father is obliged to support and provide for his son no matter what country he is in.Read more
The Prophet salla Allahu alaihi wa sallam gave the custody of the children to their mother until she remarries!Read more
Yes, the custody goes to the father unless he allows his ex to have the children and the new husband agrees to that.Read more
If he is to be trusted, this is permissible as he is her Mahram.Read more
My wife went to her parents home saying she will return back after 3 to 7 days, But she did not return. Its almost 9 months now. My son is only 1 year 2 months now. I did not send her any money during this time. Now I think, she will not return. I know that I don’t have to pay her Nafaqa, as I asked her not to leave and inquired when is she returning, she said she would return but it turns out to be lie everytime. I would like to know should I wait until she ask Khul from me to send my sons Nafaqa. Am I zalim if I am not paying my sons nafaqa until now. Note : Divorce had not happen until now.
You are sinful for not sending the nafaqah of your son. You don’t have to divorce her as she is the one who left. You can wait until she files for khul’a.Read more