posted on Aug, 11 2016 @ 08:51 PM
I hear what everyone is saying..The benefits of the legal contract..in this world..outweigh not having it. Ok..I get it..just a way to register the
lineage and legal rights of a family.. no real purpose other than to separate assets at time of dissolution or death. It is, in essence a safety net
for each person involved in the contract.
And I understand that without one, me and my SO would be risking a lot of those benefits if we never took any actions to protect against the obvious
ones. If we never made out Final Will and Testaments, never put all property/assets in both names..if we continued to operate as separate entities
instead of one unit.
With that being said.. I still do not want a marriage license to spoil the ceremonious act of being wed. But, I am a law abiding citizen..so, I will
abide by what is legal and binding in the eyes of the state. (mainly because I have not found any way so far to bypass it and still be recognized as a
married couple) My solution to keeping the act of marriage sacred is to perform and celebrate the wedding ceremony prior to getting the license...and
treating the marriage license as trivial and meaningless...is that a possibility?
I haven't found any information about doing that one way or another...