3. If the mother marries a person who is not a mahram marriageable kin relative of the child, i.e. this relative is such that nikâh Ar. of the child with him is not harâm forever, then the mother forfeits the right of custody over the child. Free 15-minute consultations with volunteer attorneys on civil legal questions regarding issues with family and children, housing issues, bankruptcy, consumer issues and more.
Therefore in the case under reference to divide 50% of the assets of husband to give to a divorced wife or after KHULA has no legitimacy as per SHARIA which is done in UK. And it is wrong to claim any such share by wife as per SHARIA”. The submission features the Lambeth Pop Up Legal Clinic, work placement opportunities including those for children leaving care and the Law Society’s Lawyers with Disabilities division, and proposals to set up a legal apprenticeship scheme.
Under Muslim Personal Law, divorce is a right of husband and he has the sole authority to pronounce it without having recourse to any Court proceedings. A woman seeks a khula while a man gives a talaq The iddah period (waiting time after a divorce) of a woman who seeks a khula, is one menstrual cycle or one month if she is post- menopause i.e. ceased menstruating.
Provided that the Court shall not be bound to pronounce such decree if it finds that the petitioner has, during the marriage, been guilty of adultery. The iddah period also allows …