2 Month Marriage License, What do you think?

@ladym33 (11007)
United States
January 2, 2012 11:34am CST
I was listening to the radio this morning as I was driving somewhere and I didn't catch the beginning of the discussion but they were saying something to the effect that Mexico is considering having a two month marriage license. Meaning after you are married for two months if you just want to call it quits you can with out all the hastles of a regular divorce. If you want to stay married after the 2 months then you can just get a new license. What do you think about this?
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9 responses
@asliah (11148)
• Philippines
18 Sep 12
hi, i think that idea is really good,or maybe having fun too,it because a couple can quit their marriage contract after 2 months if they dont want or dont love anymore their partner.though its a risk coz many people will play and fool marriage contract.
@jaiho2009 (39001)
• Philippines
3 Jan 12
Wow, so it's like having a marriage with expiration and when you do not want to renew it...its fine. i am sure cheaters will consider this idea...(lolz) Sounds funny-- what is the use of getting married then. better they try living in than playing the marriage as trial and error!
@rafiholmes (2897)
• Malaysia
3 Jan 12
2 months marriage license..whoah..never heard of that before..something new ehh.. do u think this is a good idea..maybe for some..heheh dont matter..
3 Jan 12
That's not right because marriage is for better and for worse, if you know you can't hold to that , then why getting marriage in the first place
@enelym001 (8333)
• Philippines
3 Jan 12
Well it doesn't make any change. SOme couples fell out of love a few months before their first year of being marriage. WHile others, after some years. We couldn't really tell. Maybe every couple needs to get to know each other very well first and assess their feelings before deciding to get married. So people won't think about this odd things.
@laydee (12813)
• Philippines
3 Jan 12
And what do they propose they do with the kids with these marriages, return them inside the mom's tummy and forget about them? I think this is absurd. If one cannot stay married forever, I don't think the person is truly ready to be married in the first place. I am honestly ticked by how people (myself included) want everything to be fast and hassle-free. It seems that we have truly lost the value of patience and perseverance. Further, we want everything done right away but we are not ready to face the consequences of our actions. I pity the kids in this scenario. No wonder a lot of violence is happening all around - more and more people have seen the ill-effects of poor family planning and neglect but self-centered people, but we always simply say "we can't do anything about it" when in fact we can. Have a great MyLot experience ahead!
@hmkoct5 (2067)
• United States
2 Jan 12
I think it's a good idea. I have known many people who have realized after a short time that they made a mistake when they got married. It seems like a good idea and it would alleviate all the pain and financial strife of getting a divorce. I think maybe it should be six months instead of two though. Two months is awfully fast.
@marguicha (106045)
• Chile
2 Jan 12
I wonder if they just want to get some money, as it happens with those marriages in Reno, Nevada. They might want that to check on students that come as tourists with little money and a great need for tequila.
• Canada
2 Jan 12
If they implement that, they should call it a temporary marriage licence. Hubby and I got together with the goal of being together forever. So far, we're doing great!