With a divorce rate hovering around fifty percent, society has long sought way to end the scourge of divorce. Legislators in Mexico may have come up with a possible solution, “temporary marriages licenses.”
As reported in the Bitter Lawyer:
“Under a proposed “marital opt-out agreement,” couples will determine the time limit of their union, with two years being the minimum term and “’til death do us part” presumably being a bit longer term. The agreement will function much like a partnership agreement. Property and children (if any at the time of the marriage) are divvied up prior to marriage, much like a prenup.”
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