ANSWER: He is sinful for that and Allah will punish him for it. Keep on complaining against him to all departments of authority you can and circulate among his work place and family and friends the injustice he is doing until he complies. 

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ANSWER: If they were never alone in a room behind closed door and the marriage was not consummated, There is no iddah period after the divorce. 

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ANSWER: This must be documented and made public so that your husband would not come after few months and force you to sleep with him and defending himself that he didn’t divorce or given khulu! This is like marriage, it is has to be made public for people to testify. 

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ANSWER: Your current husband is not obliged to support your son as this is the duty of his biological father. You have the right to take your ex to court to demand that he pay child support but may choose not to do this and you are not sinful for that. Your ex is the […]

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ANSWER: Islamicly, it is his word against yours.  If he had divorced you 3 separate divorces, after each divorce he reconciled with you and revoked the divorce then divorced you again after some time, these are 3 separate divorces and you are divorced from him and can’t live with him as he is non mahram […]

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ANSWER: This is the norm for any daughter who is divorced or widowed. However, you are not obliged to move back in with them if you fear that your children will cause trouble to them and you are financially independent enough to live in another house providing it is safe.

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ANSWER: He must inculcate good aqlaq and Islamic education whenever he meets them and see to it that they attend authentic Islamic classes. He must make a lot of duaa and give them a lot of love and try to have them stay with him on the weekends and on holidays. 

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