Could you marry for money alone?

United States
December 19, 2007 9:15am CST
Could you marry someone just because they have money and they can offer you all the material things in life if there was no feelings for the person. Would you have to have to be in love with the person or would the money be all that mattered? You see these gorgeous woman marrying these older gentelmen just for their money could you do the same thing?
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@sweetcakes (3506)
• United States
20 Dec 07
Never marry for money. you will never be happy so what's the point. say the money stops what would they do then. be miserable? want a divorce?
• United States
27 Dec 07
I agree that if you married for love alone that you would be miserable.
@rosema (1145)
• Philippines
19 Dec 07
My answer is big NO... money is not everything, it cannot buy you real happiness...Marry someone you love and have money (lol) ^___^
• United States
27 Dec 07
No money cannot buy you happiness. Who would want to be in a loveless marriage?
• Philippines
19 Dec 07
I knew a friend whose husband told us during their wedding anniversary that what made him marry his wife was because she was rich and he wanted to share that wealth. They had 2 children who are all professionals. A year later after he openly declared such intention, I just knew that he changed his religious faith to be a Muslim and married a Muslim lady. His wife sued him in court of his infidelity and the court's decision? He can get 1/2 of their conjugal property, wherein he had not labored it. The wife was so angry but it was a court's decision.
• United States
19 Dec 07
I disagree with marrying for money alone. You should love someone before you make a vow to them.
• New Zealand
19 Dec 07
Personally i would love to get married with such a person for about 2 year and get rich and then part away...LOL...I will not be able to live with that person whm i don't love. But during that 2 year period if i change my mind then i might continue to live with him. I don't ming giving it try for 2 years