It has to do with me loosing my kids insurance. My kids come first but still want to get married but we couldn't afford it so 😕
Makes sense. You didn't make the rules, you just have to work within them in the way that works best.
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There would still be everything but the paperwork
Given the laws in my country, I might thank her for that. It would be nice to avoid the judicial system, but I'd have to weigh the benefits of getting legally married too. If the benefits are great enough, then I would just get a prenup
In my situation it has to do with children and over all finances from month to month as to why I'm literally unable to get married legally.
Yeah, if it makes more financial sense, then I'm on board 100%
No I'm broke as broke gets 😂🤣 it boils down to not wanting to loose my kids insurance. And kids come first so not an option for me to get legally married. Both my kids also have help problems and are growing up so medical expenses are nothing to sneeze at.
That’s a good reason I suppose. There are experts who could help to see if marriage would hurt or benefit.
But what about marriage wo paperwork, proclaiming your love for someone in front of God and everyone that matter to you.I just don't need/want/or believe in the paperwork
That's not marriage. Thats trust
To still proclaim your love and commitment for one another in the eyes 9f God and family without the legal...In some situations getting married would sink a family financially.🤷♀️
I believe marriage should be done by a preacher in the church Through God. If not it’s just a full-time live-in girlfriend
Boils down to kids and finances and the legal aspect of things would sink our family but the feelings and want to mary is still wanted.
In that case no, it wouldn’t offend me.
That's dosnt exist everywhere and marriage is about proclaiming love and making an eternal commitment to a person vs legal paperwork in my opinion
I don't know where you are; common-law does exist here. Marriage is about segregation under the direction of the church and financial accountability under the direction of the state. If two people really love each other, you don't need direction or approval from either of them
you just have a marriage, without signing any papers.
Colorado does that. It's called Common Law Marriage. Still a pedal marriage