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Derailed Thread   Africa and the Middle East

Started 11/21/19 by Jenifer (Zarknorph); 50771 views. (Closed)(Closed to new replies)
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8645 (RedBV)

From: 8645 (RedBV)

Feb-15

el gringo (ramseylurker) said...

 

8645 (RedBV) said...

So an alternative to the above is 

Common Law Marriage -

https://www.newfamily.org.il/en/common-law-marriage/

In Israel, where there is no civil marriage, common law marriage is an alternative to religious marriage that the couple may not be eligible for or reject for ideological reasons. Since only a man and a woman of the same religion who are both citizens and residents of Israel can have a religious marriage in Israel, common-law marriage provides a legal alternative for gays, lesbians, interfaith and bi-national couples, women denied a divorce, religiously taboo unions, people who are religiously prohibited from marrying, people who don’t meet the religious definition of any faith, and more.

Common-Law marriage is an especially attractive alternative since New Family’s advocacy and litigation has generated judicial interpretations and policy changes that made common law marriage a status virtually equal to marriage. Common law couples might have been married in a civil or religious ceremony that is not recognized by the state-such as a Reform or Conservative Jewish marriage that is not recognized in Israel-or signed a shared living agreement or simply live together without a written agreement.

The growing popularity of common law relationships is part of a global trend. In Europe and North America, marriage rates have steadily declined and more and more couples live together without formal marriage. In Israel, an estimated 180,000 couples live together in common law marriage, 45% of which have anchored their relationship in a legal contract.

Legal Status

Common law relationships are not registered by the Interior Ministry and the personal status of the partners remains ‘single’. Yet. common-law partners can prove their eligibility for status and rights equal to married couples with Domestic Union Cards™ and contractual marriage.

Common law relationships are often anchored in a share living agreement that details the partnership between the two individuals and gives judicial authority to the relationship. Having a legal agreement eases the process by which a couple receives social benefits and clearly establishes the rights and obligations within the relationship and for its dissolution in the event of separation. ...

This is the article. It's all in black.

I don't know why the troll won't stop.

 

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Providing a copy of the lads post . . . since he has a habit of posting something and then going back and changing his post as to context, etc. . . .

8645 (RedBV) said...

bi-national couples

This is the part you are so desperately trying to hide with your trolling.

You posted an article talking about common law marriages for bi-national couples, and you are doing everything you can to keep this from being noticed.

As soon as I quoted it, you realized how stupid the idea was on its face.

8645 (RedBV)

From: 8645 (RedBV)

Feb-15

This is the article. It's all in black. 

LMAO at you still lying yer ass off, slackerx/ramsey/ricardomath . . . that was not the whole of your claim, son . . . here is what you claimed -

"Your post was nothing but an article."

As you're very own post now shows that is not the truth, son . . . as anyone can see there is more in my post than what you try and claim . . . i.e. my very own words in the same color of text as these words here . . . as well the blue color of the link to the article . . . and in addition toward the end of the first paragraph of the article (in black) happens to be the words that you falsely claim that I supposedly said, lad . . . 

In other words, slackerx/ramsey/ricardomath, etc. . . . yer lying yer ass off . . . and it is quite clear that you selectively edited the context of my post that you quoted . . . to make the false claim that I supposedly said something that I did not say, lad . . . when the fact is that what you claimed is actually part of the article that I provided . . .

Though it is quite comical the extent of deceptive and lying games that you will go to . . . to try and cover yer ass, son . . .

 

 

Any lawyer will tell you that bi-national couples do the real thing, not some cheap second-class substitute.

Love and Marriage - Frank Sinatra

slackerx

From: slackerx

Feb-15

It's not just a lie you are spreading, it's a exceedingly dangerous lie for any bi-national couple who might be tempted listen to your advice.

8645 (RedBV)

From: 8645 (RedBV)

Feb-15

8645 (RedBV) said...

bi-national couples

This is the part you are so desperately trying to hide with your trolling.

You posted an article talking about common law marriages for bi-national couples, and you are doing everything you can to keep this from being noticed.

As soon as I quoted it, you realized how stupid the idea was on its face.

ROTFLMAO at you and you continuing to lie yer ass off, slackerx/ramsey/ricardomath, etc. . . . once again, above, you are making it appear that I supposedly said "bi-national couples" . . . the fact is I did not say that, lad . . .

As anyone can see - I posted an article that contains those words ("bi-national couples") . . . those words are the words of the author of the article . . . they are not my words, lad . . . simple as that . . .

That you dislike the content of the article and that it refutes what you try to claim concerning marriage in Israel . . . is to bad so sad for ya, son . . . it is real simple and once again here is what the article states with highlighted pertinent portions . . . to include the words you try and claim I supposedly said -

 "In Israel, where there is no civil marriage, common law marriage is an alternative to religious marriage that the couple may not be eligible for or reject for ideological reasons. Since only a man and a woman of the same religion who are both citizens and residents of Israel can have a religious marriage in Israel, common-law marriage provides a legal alternative for gays, lesbians, interfaith and bi-national couples, women denied a divorce, religiously taboo unions, people who are religiously prohibited from marrying, people who don’t meet the religious definition of any faith, and more."

So my dear, slackerx/ramsey/ricardomath, etc. . . . your lies and claims that you try to make don't hold water, son . . . why you keep lying, etc., is at least comical though, lad . . .

You have a troll here trying to give dangerous legal advice to bi-national couples.

He doesn't care if we have our families ripped apart as a result of following his advice.

8645 (RedBV)

From: 8645 (RedBV)

Feb-15

Any lawyer will tell you that bi-national couples do the real thing, not some cheap second-class substitute.

If a "religious" marriage is what a couple wants . . . then they will need to go where they can find a religious authority to provide that religious marriage, lad . . . simple as that . . . or they can do as many folks do around the world, have a civil/common law marriage . . .

What is the problem with that . . . are you wanting a religious authority to provide a religious marriage to a couple who doesn't qualify to be married under whatever faith's parameters . . . if so, why, son . . .

 

8645 (RedBV)

From: 8645 (RedBV)

Feb-15

It's not just a lie you are spreading, it's a exceedingly dangerous lie for any bi-national couple who might be tempted listen to your advice.

Feel free to try and show it is a supposed lie and or supposedly dangerous, slackerx/ramsey/ricardomath, etc. . . . 

BI-NATIONAL COUPLES...Do not listen to this man. He is dangerous.

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