How many times have you been married or in a legal common law relationship?

By Cheryl . Created on Jun 26, 2020
Lifestyle 182 votes | 19 Comments
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Dayle said on Jun 29, 2020
Been married to the same guy for 34 years this month.
Anonymous said on Jun 29, 2020
Never...
Once
ninad said on Jun 28, 2020
once that's all you need
Once
Robert said on Jun 27, 2020
If you go by the Canadian Common law definition of 1 year (As Brenda sez) , then just the 1 . Maryland does not recognize common law "Marriages".
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Barry N said on Jun 27, 2020
Once and done.
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Paula said on Jun 27, 2020
Third time is a charm 🤣
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Fred Zacher said on Jun 26, 2020
Seventeen States recognize 'held out as married." A nicer term for common law marriages. It still means you're cribbing up. (lol) The Canadian Provinces allow common law unions but many province has different statutes on how it is handled. Perhaps Brenda can shed additional ight on this topic?
Brenda said on Jun 27, 2020
Fred common law in Canada is 1 year living together.
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MarieN said on Jun 27, 2020
Wow Brenda, only 1 year is considered "common law"?? Around our area, (and probably many others as well) there are a LOT of people that would likely as not have a few dozen "spouses". I'm not sure what FL regulations are on "common law" marriages, at one time it was around 7 years, then I think it went to 15 or 20. My late m-I-l had 5 "legal" marriages, and if it only to...
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Brian said on Jun 26, 2020
None at all, even in common law terms.