A man married an Arab woman, but after her husband became pregnant, she moved to her home country to give birth. She refused to return to the country and deprived her husband of seeing their child, which prompted the husband to file a lawsuit against her to lose custody of her and add her to his mother.
The details indicate, according to what lawyer Taqi Hussein reported, that his client, the husband, married his wife with a valid marriage contract in the country of his Arab wife, and the contract was ratified in Bahrain, and after a period of time had passed since their marriage, his Arab wife became pregnant and traveled to her home country to give birth to her child. However, after the birth of The wife refused to return to the country with her son, and as a result, the husband tried over the past three years to persuade the wife to return and see his son, whom he was unable to see, but he was unable to do so, which prompted him to file a lawsuit in order to lose custody of the child from his wife and add her to his family. His mother (grandmother).
In turn, the Family Conciliation Office initiated reconciliation and reconciliation procedures between the two parties, and concluded in its report that it was impossible to reconcile the two parties due to the wife’s residence outside the country.
For its part, the court examined the case it received, in which the husband’s lawyer stated that his wife traveled to her Arab country before the birth of her child and refused to return to the country after the birth. The husband brought his witnesses who reported that the wife refused to return to the country, and whose statements the court was reassured by what they reported, and accordingly it ruled. The court removed custody of the child from his wife and assigned it to his mother (the grandmother), and also obligated the wife to pay expenses and attorney fees.
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