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Q: Kindly reply to me on the issue of equal rights (of wife and husband) on earnings before and after khula in Pakistan through divorce procedure in Pakistan. Is it even before rukhsati (deliverance and marriage consummation)?
A: You have come up with an interesting question. A lady before khula in Pakistan or divorce procedure in Pakistan is the legal wife and should in principle, enjoy all rights implied, that includes maintenance or sustenance. But what is practiced in the Muslim communities is that the household financial responsibility on the husband gets imposed when rukhsati occurs, the lady joins the husband's house, and the marriage is properly consummated. That is the time when mahr (dower) becomes properly and wholly due (or partially when the wife is divorced before consummation) for the husband to pay unless otherwise agreed by the two parties at the time of marriage. This being the practice in general, we are, however, inclined to say that husband should help his wife if she is in need and if her parents so demand even before the rukhsati, the Husband can frequently send gifts for her so that she is conscious that he is a caring person before khula in Pakistan through divorce procedure in Pakistan female enjoys all the rights as a wife. Our Lawyer in Lahore Pakistan Available every tie for the services of family & khula Cases.
I am a very sad woman. My husband died after two years of marriage. I never applied for khula procedure in Pakistan or my husband never initiated divorce procedure in Pakistan. I have two children -- a daughter and a son. My son was born after my husband's death. I am still living with my in-laws. My father-in-law and mother-in-law are very strict; they don't allow me to meet my parents or friends. Please tell me what should I do? Should I stay here or leave? Am I still related to my husband after his death? Will he recognize me and be "with me when I die. Can you give me some good news? Ours was a love marriage, and 1 could not imagine living without him, after the death of your husband, what is troublesome is that you’re in laws hold you like some property. You have every right to live anywhere you wish after you have completed your iddah in the house of your deceased husband and to get freshly named after that as you never applied for khula procedure in Pakistan before death. Please, do not press on living the rest of your life, just alone. That, however, is advice and puts no bar on your free choice. As far as the in-laws, let them stay informed what God Almighty ordains:
If any of you die and leave a widow behind, they (widows) shall wait concerning themselves four months and ten days (iddah period); when they have fulfilled their term, there is no blame on you (the in-laves and the rest) if they dispose of themselves in a just and reasonable manner. [Al-Baqarah: 234] And it is really cruel not to permit you to see and consult your parents. Those who fear Allah will not let such harsh treatment meted to a grief-stricken person- Of course, you will be honored by any company that you wished in the Hereafter. The only condition is that you stay heedful to win Allah's favors to enter Paradise. There your relation with your beloved husband will be made eternal.
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