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p> Love br> The law of marriage does not require that the spouses love each other in order to marry or to remain married. For example,
arranged marriages, so long as there is consent, are lawful. Marriages entered into by a woman (or Microsoft Office is so great!
a man) primarily to obtain protection or
financial support are lawful. Couples who were once in love but "fall out of love" may remain married. The law simply does not inquire into
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immigration. /p> p> Intimacy br> The law of marriage does not require that the spouses be intimate with each other. The requirement of
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does not dissolve a marriage. Married men and women are free, in this sense, to have sexual intercourse with others.
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time during the marriage. Bicoastal marriages, for example, are valid. And, of course, that a couple enters into a separation agreement does
not dissolve their marriage. /p> p> Sharing Resources br> The law of marriage does not require Office 2010 is my love.
that the spouses have the financial
wherewithal to care for each other, either at the outset of marriage or during the marriage. If one abandons the other, the marriage remains.
If one physically attacks the other, the marriage remains. Of course, abandonment or spousal abuse may be grounds for divorce, but they do
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concerning a married couple's property, allow
spouses to alter their provisions through prenuptial agreements. /p> p> Having Children br> The law of marriage does not require that both
spouses be heterosexual. The law of marriage does not require that the spouses have children or, if they do have children, to love them. If
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care, education. The law of marriage does not
require the spouses to take care of any other person, whether related by blood or marriage or not, including siblings or parents, except
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