Husband gives wife talaaq but can’t remember due to having Dissociative Identity Disorder

Question ID: 38934

Salaam Mufti Saab.
My wife and I had been separated for a week where she was at her mothers with our 10 week old son and I had gone back to our home 100 miles away.
I have been diagnosed in 2012 with Multiple Split Personality now know as Dissociative Identity Disorder.
During this week of separation I was under alot of emotional stress and was very depressed, I also from witnesses attempted suicide by hanging and was saved by my cousin. I do not remember doing this.
2 days after this my wife and I had 2 arguments one in the morning because I accused her family of being the reason we had separated due to there constant involvement in our marriage. The second argument was of the same nature but during this conversation which was over the phone I have been advised I said talaq three times by my wife and by my sister in law.
I do not remember doing this.
I have spoke to my psychiatrist and doctors who have stated due to my condition at the times if emotional stress I have a switch to an altered personality and lose control of my own senses and this is why I do not remember anything because at that time I have no control its my altered personality who has control.
I would never give my wife talaq my family is my life. And it has killed me that I am being told those words came from my lips.
My wife believes I did know what I said but I swear on the quran I did not know and my psychiatrist and GP cam confirm this happens to me.
My wife has now said she wants to leave the decision to a religious professional such as yourself. And whatever decision you make she and I will obide by happily as neither of us want to be divorced.
Is the talaq valid.

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Asked on January 1, 1970 12:00 am
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Take your Psychologist and your Doctors to your local Mufti who will aid and, hopefully, make the correct decision.

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Answered on January 1, 1970 12:00 am