Temporary marriage licenses - Would you support an "opt out or 2 year renewal" mariage license?
Mexico City is considering such a law. One possible benefit of the law is it might cut down on some of the “taking spouses for granted”. Even though we have divorce as an option many people still tend to “relax” and stop doing the things that won their mate’s heart after saying “I do”. It’s as if they feel “mission accomplished”, there’s no need to put in the same kind of effort. Knowing you or your mate could “opt out” (hassle free) in two years might be an incentive for some people to keep putting their best foot forward (if they want to stay married). What do you think?
The following link contains additional details concerning the proposed law in Mexico City.
www.reuters.com/article/2011/09/30/us-m … TX20110930
I don't see a problem with such a law. Honestly, divorce is far too complicated and difficult these days. Any marriage should be legally dissolvable if any one of the partners decides he/she wants out. I would also propose that every state adopt a "no fault" policy.
I think the 2 year period would be better served as an engagement, but if that's not the case I wouldn't want to spend a whole lot of money on the wedding if I knew there was an opt out after 2 years!
I think more young ones would get married with the view that if it is only for 2 year they are not tied down . It is not a good way for a man & woman to start off marriage especially if they want to have a family .
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