Divorce for a Muslim marriage can be categorized into 4 categories:


1. Talak
2. Khuluk
3. Taklik
4. Fasakh


Khuluk also comes from the Arabic word, Khula, which is the right of a woman to seek divorce from her husband. In return, she is required to compensate her husband, normally through monetary means. In contrast from Talak, the wife is also required to prove that her husband has done wrong and breached either Taklik or Fasakh. There is an exception however, if her husband permits her to file for a divorce, in which case, the Court will request for the husband to pronounce a divorce instead.


Click to read more about the Syariah Court and the Muslim Divorce Procedure in Singapore.


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