Talaq procedure in Pakistan:
Advocate Jamila is the best family lawyer for the talaq process in Pakistan and expert of all family cases. Question: I am 32 years old and my wife is 23. We were married about one and a half years back but now I am thinking to start talaq procedure in Pakistan through a divorce lawyer in Lahore. My marriage has been going smoothly. I love and like my wife and used to care for her as much as I can.
A month ago my wife mentioned something due to which I got inquisitive. After my probing, I gathered some information that shocked me and left me with feelings of hate and disgust towards my wife which is pushing me towards talaq procedure in Pakistan through a divorce lawyer in Lahore. She was taught at home by some relative tutor, who was 10-11 years older than her. When she was 13 years, he started misbehaving, touching, and convincing her.
This thing went on for years. He had been doing forcing all sorts of physical things but could not get the chance to indulge in sexual act although he tried many times. Her point of view about all this has been that she was afraid and timid, could not face telling anyone what was going on, and was insecure and immature. My point of view is that she was also partially involved and wants to initiate talaq procedure in Pakistan through a divorce lawyer in Lahore.
I say he could not have gone to such limits had she snubbed him in the first place. She repeatedly says and cries that she was not involved and she never wanted all this. She said that afterward she was very careful and nothing of that sort happened again in her life and I believe her because her telling me about this incident indicates that she feels remorse. She could have even hidden everything.
Being relatives, she had gone to his house with her mother occasionally and also attended his marriage. My wife is now 4 months pregnant and I am extremely anxious that her mentally disturbed state can have some negative impact on the baby. What should I do now? Should I start talaq procedure in Pakistan through a divorce lawyer in Lahore? What does Islam say? For the last month, I can see that she is also very upset, crying a lot, and had started saying her prayers regularly and reading the Qur'an.
I told her mother and my elder sister. They are also upset and ask me not to start talaq procedure in Pakistan through a divorce lawyer in Lahore, rather forgive her. But I feel like ending up my life. Would I be able to live with her in the future? Please guide us on what is best for both of us. Do I need to take revenge/teach a lesson to that (person)?
We need to ask no more questions. What has been narrated is shocking in one way, yet encouraging enough to make a sincere and considered effort aimed at saving a family life of a newlywed couple instead of starting talaq procedure in Pakistan through a divorce lawyer in Lahore. Our immediate and spontaneous reaction is that your wife is forgiven and no grudge and ill-feeling harboured against her, whatsoever.
Thinking of talaq procedure in Pakistan through a divorce lawyer in Lahore will be silly, as there seem to be no good reasons for that, No doubt, what happened is painful and hurting. But thanks God, the young lady did not do any such thing as might have been irreparable. You say that she did not indulge in the sexual act with the man who attempted to assault or persuade her. Also, she openly admits a teenage fault that happened long before the marriage. She has resorted to prayers and reads the Qur'an and other Islamic books that is enough for her to do. Allah likes such repenting gestures.
The Almighty is forgiving and likes most to forgive. A wife, to be the mother of a lovely child to come to Insha Allah -- has the first right to be forgiven for what happened in the past when she was not mature. She was rather deceived and forced into plays that she could not tell anybody for fear of modesty and chastity [what is being termed in the message as timidity]. Above all, she is telling all this herself, otherwise no one could have ever known what has happened, Such admission is praise-worthy because she appears wishing to be honest with you and share with you the burden of her conscience, The feeling, and intentions of revenge towards the culprit are also not advisable, However, all relations with that man be severed forthwith, It should be made clear to your wife never to visit him or his family, Making this family secret open to others, close relatives though, was a mistake. Better the mother and sister are told that it was all some misunderstanding and has been amicably sorted out.
Such thing has been sincerely pardoned by the husband, the lady’s better advised to be always thankful for and praising God Almighty, Who, of His supreme Kindness and Mercy, has kept the door of repentance open.
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