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Should no-fault divource be banned?

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  • lilpixieofterror
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    Originally posted by Sea of red View Post
    What's this got to do with whether people should be allowed to leave a relationship of their own free will?
    Because a marriage is a legal contract and unless you can prove duress, in the process of signing your contract, it is legally binding. If you didn't want to be in that sort of relationship, in which you are bond by a contract, don't sign up for it.

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  • Sea of red
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    Originally posted by lilpixieofterror View Post
    And did you freely decide to enter into a marriage contract, of your own free will or not?
    What's this got to do with whether people should be allowed to leave a relationship of their own free will?

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  • lilpixieofterror
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    Originally posted by Sea of red View Post
    Freedom is freedom whether society benefits or not.
    And did you freely decide to enter into a marriage contract, of your own free will or not?

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  • Darth Executor
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    Originally posted by Sea of red View Post
    Freedom is freedom whether society benefits or not.
    So you don't mind if people can exercise the freedom to not do their part of a legal contract? Like borrow money from you then not pay back because hey, freedom is freedom.

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  • Sea of red
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    Freedom is freedom whether society benefits or not.

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  • lilpixieofterror
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    Originally posted by Irate Canadian View Post
    From the adultery should be illegal thread, there was a point that no-fault divorce should be banned. I disagree, but if you want to argue the opposite, go for it.
    What benefits has it brought to society vs what consequences has it brought upon society?

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  • Darth Executor
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    Yes. The law should not let people abandon contracts they entered willingly without consequences. KG's sole concern with abused women not wanting to go through with a trial is extremely short sighted and quite frankly, bizarre. Imagine if we didn't prosecute crimes at all because the victims might find the trial traumatic.

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  • Irate Canadian
    started a topic Should no-fault divource be banned?

    Should no-fault divource be banned?

    From the adultery should be illegal thread, there was a point that no-fault divorce should be banned. I disagree, but if you want to argue the opposite, go for it.

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