retroactive recognition: through common-law marriage
This text introduces Texas marital property rights, covering the community property system; common-law marriage
and putative marriage; disputes between unmarried people; pensions and other employment benefits; goodwill and professional degrees; presumptions, tracing, and commingling; torts and damage to property; reimbursement and acquisitions over time; rents and profits; business interests; management powers; creditors' rights; constitutional limits; divorce; death; conflicts of law; marital agreements; and spousal gifts and partitions.
Same-sex common-law marriage
a Texas first, Austin American-Statesman
They don't have a spiritual basis for a marriage and don't want to have a clergy member or a priest or someone involved in the spiritual aspect, then they can file an affidavit of common-law marriage
," Russ said.
Azalea's ex-boyfriend Maurice Williams, also known as Hefe Wine, alleges that he and Azalea had a common-law marriage
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It incorporates temporary marriages common in the maritime world, Maori marriage traditions and rituals of betrothal and pakuwha, and Christian marriage traditions, including common-law marriage
, Maori customary marriage, and unions sanctioned by the church and state, and considers how they informed the development of marriage law and practice in the country.
There are clergy who will perform religious marriage ceremonies that may not be legally binding, depending on the state you live in, whether you present yourselves as a married couple and whether your state recognizes this as a common-law marriage
Instead, the couple let their romance flourish in an unofficial manner, living together in a common-law marriage
46) The Supreme Court concluded that South Dakota does not "require parties to establish domicile in the state where the common-law marriage
She said that the organization thinks the paper should "respect a family's right to self-designate who they are," be it heterosexual couples in a common-law marriage
, a pair engaged to be married or same-sex couples.
Long-standing social and legal forces shaped the institution of common-law marriage
in Louisiana in ways that contributed both to its popularity among African-American residents and to its lethality.
51) The majority found it "unnecessary to reach defendants' argument that New York's common-law marriage
recognition rule is a proper basis for the challenged recognition of out-of-state same-sex marriages.