He obviously doesn't want you or he may just be scared of the fact that it's really time to settle down. Maybe he wasn't ready for the BIG COMMITMENT when he thought he was. Maybe you should ask yourself if you want a man that is going to run and take the easiest way out whenever possible. If he doesn't want to be with you, then LET HIM GO. You will thank yourself later.
Yes, in fact the only way you can divorce your husband is while you are married to him.
In Islam, you can not marry a pregnant woman unless she gives birth, this is if she was married to another man, then got divorce or her husband died, this marriage is then illegal, and any act that is done as a result is considered a sin.But if this pregnancy was due to an affair with the person who married her later on, this is considered a sin, for committing adultery, but as long as she married that same person, both are then recommended to ask for forgiveness.As for divorce, a Muslim can divorce his wife, when he sees he can't continue that marriage, regardless to the reasons, but he is recommended not to divorce his wife during her days of menses, though that divorce is legal, but the husband is then committing a prohibited act that needs asking for forgiveness.The question does not clarify if the wife was pregnant of the same husband that she married or from someone else.However,if the wife was pregnant of the same husband that she married, then both are sinful for having intercourse sex without marriage (called in Arabic Zena).if the wife is pregnant from someone else who is not the husband, then there are two possibilities:either the husband knew that she is pregnant from someone else, then the marriage is illegal and is not licit. The marriage should be after the woman giving birth, orthe husband does not know that she was pregnant then marriage happened with cheating and marriage built on cheating is again not licit and is illegal. Cheating is forbidden in Islam.In any case, divorce is allowed in Islam if both sides, husband and wife, feel that marriage continuation is no longer possible.
no because divorce is only for the couple married
You already have a husband and just because you want another husband unless you divorce your first husband (at least in Western Countries) then you would be a bigamist which is against the law. File for your divorce; get the divorce and you are free to find another husband.
it depends on you and your wife/husband
Yes it will affect my husband if we divorce
Yes. No matter which of the two countries you were married in, you are married until one of you dies or you get a judgment of divorce signed by a judge. You can still divorce your husband, even if he lives in a foreign country. You can still divorce your husband, even if you cannot find him. You cannot legally remarry until you obtain a divorce.
He can divorce his wife.He can divorce his wife.He can divorce his wife.He can divorce his wife.
You are still married. ANSWER: Yes you are, and the only way you can be divorce from him is when you or him file for a divorce..
If you are legally married, there is no problem.
Yes you will haveto declare that youare staying with your man, te moment you say husband then you can be arrested for getting married twice , before getting a legal divorce. By law you are married to your first husband.
Married women were granted the right to divorce their husband in 1857 in the United Kingdom. The Women's rights movement began in 1872 in the United Kingdom.
If your husband is married to two wives, he is guilty of the crime of bigamy. You should tell him to get a divorce from his first wife immediately, otherwise you will have to complain to the police.
Yes, she was married. There has recently been lots of speculation in the cause of her divorce.
He was recently married to Jennifer Lopez , but as of 2 weeks ago they decided to get a divorce.
She has been married to her husband Todd since 1988.
He never got a divorce. He only recently got married. What you think is a divorce, was really just the break up he had with the Cavs.
You can if you are a widow or widower but you cant if your wife or husband is alive.
No, they are divorced.
Because your husband did not divorce his first wife then you are not legally married. There is a Statute of Limitations in difference States and if you have been married for several years then most likely the marriage would be void. However, you need to sit down with your husband and tell him he because he did not get a legal divorce he needs to look into it and if he is does not then you are not staying with him the way things are.
It is always possible to sue for divorce, even if your husband is in jail. If he has turned out to be a criminal, and you didn't know that when you married him, you could certainly argue that he married you under false pretences. I believe that the court would be sympathetic.
You file for divorce in Louisiana. It matter not where a couple was married - you are not required to file for divorce in the state where you were married. I was married in California and filed for divorce in Arizona and it posed absolutely no problems whatsoever.
Yes. Divorce is legal in all 50 states. The only situation in which you could not legally divorce your husband is in the case of a married same-sex couple living in a state where same-sex marriage is not legal.
If your married divorce him, if he is your boyfriend DUMP him.