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Appeals Court Had the Chance to Do Right by a Wife and Children - But Declined It

Posted by Administrator | Nov 02, 2020 | 0 Comments

The case of Mussa v. Palmer-Mussa, North Carolina (2011) is not unique.  Cases around the country for years have handled the intricate issues involved with divorcing husbands and wives who were married religiously, but did not obtain a state marriage license.  These marriages are considered completely void in some states, and voidable in others.

Abed Awad analyzes the outcomes of cases like these and how these issues affect the Muslim American community here.

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