What's your take on the idea of a "Renewable Marriage Bill" whereby you would have the option to renew your marriage contract or not?

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Imagine if marriage contract, like any other contract, has an expiration date, rather than being a lifetime legal binding that could only be ended through a divorce, annulment or through death, could it be better?

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.
-5 years
-10 years
-15 years

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.
Whats your take on the idea of  a Renewable Marriage Bill whereby you would have the option to renew your marriage contract or not?
What's your take on the idea of a "Renewable Marriage Bill" whereby you would have the option to renew your marriage contract or not?
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