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« on: Feb 26, 2009 06:09 AM »


i am a muslimah in america,my husband is in the process of a divorce to a non-muslim, is our marriage valid if we have no license or certificate,i need to know i dont want to be living in sin or misguided,we have children together

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« Reply #1 on: Feb 26, 2009 10:08 AM »

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i am a muslimah in america, my husband is in the process of a divorce to a non-muslim, is our marriage valid if we have no license or certificate, i need to know i dont want to be living in sin or misguided, we have children together.

How did your marriage take place: Was it a nikhah ceremony? Who officiated at that, and what was recited? Was a mehr fixed? Were there Muslim male witnesses?

A document is preferable, because it is a contract, but the nikah is valid without a written document, provided the marriage takes place with Allah's words and with two Muslim male witnesses. I am not sure if the marriage may be kept secret. As far as I know the nikah is to tell the society that this amn and woman are now husband and wife. SO it should be open. However, I can envision circumstances where hostility may preclude such openness.

For your own and your children's protection, it is better to have a marriage document valid in the secular courts.

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