Dating a lebanese man family
Severance is not recognized under Shia personal status law.
A wife can be found legally recalcitrant under all personal status laws in Lebanon if she leaves the marital home and refuses to cohabit with her husband without a reason that the religious courts consider legitimate.
A lawsuit filed before Sunni or Ja`fari courts by a husband against a wife who has deserted him and made herself unavailable to him sexually, to demand that she return or to force her to live with him.
If a wife refuses to comply with the court decision, she is considered legally recalcitrant (see below).
Additionally, Druze men and women can terminate their marriage before a Druze court if the spouses mutually consent to a divorce.
Under Shia and Sunni personal status laws a husband can revoke a divorce within the waiting period (see below) without his wife’s consent and without the need to conclude a new marriage.