I know this is something the society is not ready for especially the religious sect. But with the growing rate of divorce and annulment cases going on, it can be a possible solution whereas:
A soon to be married couple, before signing their marriage contract, would be given an option how long they prefer their marriage contract to be valid before its expires.
If the married couple decides NOT to renew their marriage certificate after it expires, they are free to go their separate ways without having to go through a divorce, annulment or legal separation process.
If a married couple wanted to remain married, they would simply fill out a renewal form for another contact.
If a married couple wanted to end the marriage before the expiration date of their marriage, they could simply fill out a form for a divorce, annulment or legal separation proceedings.
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I solved the problem by not getting married in the first place. I grew up wanting to get married, and I even had a potential partner (it didn't work out), but as I got a little older and guys I knew were getting divorced, I saw what they were going through, and at first, I didn't believe it - there MUST be something going on that I don't know, because the system couldn't be that one-sided, I thought. But it is, and there have been many more examples since then.
I've also heard women discussing how to manipulate their husbands to maximize their rewards for divorcing him - and it wasn't that she even disliked her husband, she just wanted an easy life at someone else's expense and didn't care a bit about what she was doing to him.
I'm not bitter about women or even marriage - I just came to understand what an absolutely awful deal it had become for men legally, and I elected not to sign up for such an incredible risk.
I still have relationships and my ex's almost universally have good things to say about me, but that's because we had equality in our relationship (legally), rather than massively one-sided risk/reward legally.