Should marriage be finally grouped under the law of contracts just like any other contract?
I find in some cultures the contract of marriage has actually become a burden to couples who wish to break this bond. In this context I would like to pose this very serious question whether is it time up for all cultures to step aside from their religious and cultural considerations and declare marriage as a simple contract between two individuals with the aim of furthering the human race. Such a contract should lay down definite penalties for breaking the same and this contract should be subject to dissolution at will.
Civil marriage has always been classified as part of the law of contract. It remains so today.
Good luck setting up a global state to make and enforce global law written to your personal specifications, though. I suspect that will take a while.
Any time there is a dissolution of a contract there will be expenses and time wasted, whether it be the break up of a company or a marriage. At any rate there will be lawyers involved which is never good--or cheap if there is real property or minor children involved. Sorry Elias, but there's no good way to get out of a marriage just like there is no good way to get out of a car loan.
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