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Private Marriage, Promises, and Guarantees


As I explained in the last video in this series, government can never be depended on to preserve the institution of marriage, and therefore private marriage is to be preferred. But what would it take to forge a successful private marriage agreement? What provisions should be included, how detailed need it be, and how does one avoid the snares that government has sought to use to undermine the family? Stay tuned to find out.


Defending Traditional Marriage Series: https://bittubers.com/playlist/2081/0


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By Anarcho_Inferno

(Continued from the previous post)


I a partner wishes to divorce on the basis of abuse, the partner needs to prove without doubt that the other partner is guilty of abuse. If proven guilty of abuse, the victimized partner can divorce from their abusive partner. However, it's the abusive partner that pays the parental and financial penalties outlined in the marriage contract, not the partner initiating the divorce. This is a clause that needs to be written carefully.

By Anarcho_Inferno

I agree that a private contract needs to ensure that couples who get married do not get a free pass if one wishes to divorce. However, there is one addition to a private contract that needs to be added regarding divorce. While it is important that one should avoid marrying an abusive partner, there should be a clause stating that one can initate a divorce without paying parental and financial penalties. (I'll explain more in the next post.)