of her husband; 12 to this end, an early midrash states that a wife should not leave the home too. This position was also taken by Rabbi Shlomo Dechovski, at least in one case. Like boils and bad breath, sterility is not due to any fault of the husband. 9 The Talmud forbids a husband from being overbearing to his household, 10 and domestic abuse by him was also condemned. The rabbis have held that the court must compel a husband to support his wife, before they can compel him to divorce her (Shul h an Arukh, Even ha-Ezer 154:3). Some agreements authorize a rabbinic court to determine matters that are ancillary to a divorce, such as child support, child custody, or division of family property.
All of those authorities have held that marriages to Jewish men who refused to give their wives a divorce could be annulled if, unknown to their wives, their husbands were homosexuals, impotent, epileptics, mentally ill or apostates when their wives married them. Compulsion authorizes the use of physical violence or imprisonment against a recalcitrant husband without the specter of the invalid forced divorce. In the United States, the prenuptial agreement most recommended is one attributed to Rabbi Mordechai Willig and introduced by the Rabbinical Council of America in 1996. Like those using the term compulsion, the causes of action in the Talmud that use the term yo z i ve-yiten ketubbah are limited. This has led for calls, mostly from the secular segment of the Israeli public, for the institution of civil marriage. New York get laws edit 1983 Get Law : Domestic Relations Law Get Law : DRL 236 (B 5 h) and DRL 236 (B 6 d) In 2001, New York Supreme Court Justice Gerald Garson was applauded by feminists for ordering an Orthodox Jewish man to pay. Included in the Rackman courts list of grave errors is: a) the fact that Jewish women are unaware that Jewish marriage renders them more like the property of their husbands ( kinyan ) than their partners; b) the fact that Jewish women are unaware that. But either party may withdraw from such an agreement, on the question of the dissolution of the marriage only, if they can satisfy the court of a genuine desire to restore matrimonial harmony. The Torah obligates a man to not deprive his wife of food, clothing, or of sexual activity; 33 if the husband does not provide the first wife with these things, she is to be divorced, without cost to her. Main article: Legal responses to agunah The rules governing the get are subject to the civil law of the country, which has precedence over the Jewish marital law. The parties are expected to provide proof of identification, and will be asked some formal questions to make it clear that the get is being executed on their behalf without coercion.
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