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The Rabbinical Court of Jerusalem has tried to broker a financial settlement between an estranged husband and wife to secure her a bill of divorce, despite legal proceedings in US civil courts.
Jusqu’où peut-on aller pour convaincre un mari récalcitrant de donner le guett ?
"Chained women" and allies from across Israel gather for a hike for support and sisterhood.
This is the highest position ever achieved by a woman in Israel’s rabbinical courts.
By JEREMY SHARON
The practice has been called "coercive and unfair."
Gafni argues that the bill is a matter of multiculturalism and designed to allow religious Jews the right to chose their legal forum.
Conditions of divorce were ‘totally illegal,’ says legal scholar.
Jewish law requires that a husband willingly agree to give a divorce and a wife willingly accept it for a divorce to be valid.
Having refused to give a divorce will not, however, automatically disqualify a candidate
Will we soon see a woman in the highest administrative position in the Rabbinical Courts system?
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
A haredi husband has been reluctant to grant his wife a divorce, and the courts believe his father is financially supporting his recalcitrance.
Issues surround sanctions against recalcitrant husbands.
The statistics indicate a general trend of a small, but steady increase in divorce rates since 2012.
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