If you have questions of your own, I suggest that you ask them directly or as the Fiqh Council of North America Insha Allah.
Islam is very clear on the topic of extra-marital affairs, and considers it as one of the major sins.
Since the issue of extra-marital relations and its associated consequences is very complex, I have listed below some sample questions and answers from Islamic scholars.
Pleas feel free to go on to the websites that I have browsed and read the whole answer by these very knowledgeable scholars.
Allah, may He be exalted, says (interpretation of the meaning): […] Secondly: It is not permissible to abort the foetus in order to get rid of the shame of zina. […]The correct scholarly opinion is that it is not permissible to marry a zaaniyah (a woman who commits fornication or adultery) until after she has repented.
The same applies if the wife commits zina: the husband has no right to keep her in that case; rather he should leave her, otherwise he will be a cuckold (duyooth).
[…] Secondly: If marriage takes place after a haram relationship between a man and woman, then one of the following scenarios must apply: 1.