The hanafi school holds that divorce becomes effective even when a man divorces his wife under the influence of a drug, or under dire and immediate threat of his life or even as a mere joke. Even if you threaten you wife with a divorice, its still a divorce...(Many people call it an inflexible stance)
Now is it true that other schools allow the husband to be questioned after the pronouncement of divorce whether he had really intented to divorce his wife or not?
And arent there any conflicting opinions about the pronouncement of divorce? Like 'you can do whatever you want', or "Go away", "you can go home if you want" are not considered divorces if there wasnt any talking about divorce. But if the wife says "oke i'll see i.e. i'll do it", will it count as a divorce? And is it also true that if someone utters the divorce in vague terms, it also counts as a talaqul ba'in, wich means the wife is not halal for the husband anymore, except if she marries another man...Kind of complicated...
Also, if someone says to his fiance that if i'll marry you, i'll divorce you...the divorce will take place if he marries the girl?
What if couples didnt knew nothing about the danger of uttering these words (but did not really intended divorce)...and after some years they found this out...are they still halal for eachother?
(Looked at sunnipath and ask-imam and didnt find an explaining answer..)