Why Does the Verbal Contract of Marriage Get Less-Respect than the 'Secret' Marriage-Contract?

@mythociate (15335)
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
November 21, 2014 11:02am CST
I asked the Don'tPayFull-forum whether death was the proper way of fulfilling the 'marriage-contract.' I was of-course referring to the only marriage-contract I've ever 'studied'---the contract witnessed by all parties gathered to the couples' wedding-ceremony. But--as you can see from the response to it--no one believes that THAT contract is valid! When did 'the conditions set forth on a piece of paper buried within a file-drawer' become more-powerful than 'the conditions listed in front of all the participants' nearest-friends & -family'?
Divorce from marriage-with-children (EVEN IF the children are for-the-most-part 'finished maturing') should be illegal ... it in-fact DOES break the
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