Common law marriage actually pushes out the bureacrats too.It's not an official marriage.
Seems good but some seem intent in throwing their money away on deadbeats!
Right? If I had that money, i'd buy some stocks with dividends.
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How was it?
Well, I didn't really think anything of it. It evolved over many years and it just seemed normal to me. Our relationship was so fully established and we were so comfortable in it, that the status made little difference.
It means that it's unofficial but treated as a proper marriage by the community the couple lives in.
Not sure what you define by value but i dont think they should be judged side by side but taken on a case by case basis.Maybe elaborate a bit further to understand the context? If its too much of a trouble then np
No problem, it's a practice that takes place for different reasons in different countries.In some socialist countries for example it was done to forgo the Church at first, and then the government.In some other countries it simply happens in isolated settings where it's not easy to have an official or religious wedding.Other couples instead go that route because they believe there's no need to have religion or state sanction their union.