I divorced my wife whilst I was in a state of extreme anger, so I said to her: “You are divorced, divorced”, twice. So does this constitute a divorce or not?
I quarrelled with my wife, and after the quarrel I said to myself without verbally saying so: “Why don’t I just say to her: “You are divorced!”?” [So I made my mind up and thought] I shall say to her: “You are divorced!”
When is divorce permissible?
I married a pious woman when I was young, and after approximately three weeks of marriage I said to my wife: “I do not want you” several times, and “tell your father: I do not want you”.
What form [of statement] is made when one takes back his wife [after having previously pronounced divorce upon her]?
Is it permissible to divorce a pregnant woman or not?
What is the ruling regarding someone who intended to divorce his wife, and then delayed doing so?
If a husband jokingly says to his wife: “You are divorced!”, is she [thereby] divorced?
A man had a quarrel with his wife and she verbally abused him. So he said to her: “You are divorced!” She repeated her abuse, so he replied again by saying: “You are divorced!”
What are the valid reasons for divorce, from your point of view your Eminence?