In most countries it is forbidden for gay couples to get married. But many of them want it, want officially to be a family. And what about you? Is it important for you?
if there is such ability than why not, if it is mutual desire and you want to create family officially. But if it is forbidden you can just live together like a family. I don't see a big difference if to talk frankly. it doesn't matter is you marriage registered on some sheet of paper or no. the most important thing is what you have in your heart.
Again it is individual person's matter. For someone it is one of the most important things and for someone it is doesn't matter at all. i think that it is a question for those who live in countries where official gay marriages are allowed. And for those who live in places where it is forbidden it is only dreams.
Yes, Dean, you are right, real love doesn't need registration. But I think, that all people must have such ability.
Yes, POL, for people in many countries it is a dream. But wherever you live, you must always have right to choose, even if you don't use it.
I don't know. I have never thought about official marriage. I think it is just some kind of formality. Of course, for someone it is really important to get married officially. For someone it is important to show whole world that you are married. And for someone it is just a paper, so everything is individual.
It is not important for me at all. I do not care how do goverment call my couple if I am happy and enjoy everything happening between me and my partner. Nothing will be changed if we are married couple or partners in love.
I think it is important for me to get married officially))I have been dreaming about it.I always wanted officially,but now my friend it is not solved.And I want our wedding so much :P
Of course I dreamed of having with my partner official marriage for our relationship. But it has a serious importance. I think if you love someone, the main thing to keep doing it! Marriage - it's just an event. This is an additional paper that you love each other! So it does not have such serious importance. The main thing to be together forever! The main thing to understand each other in all situations. So we must continue to live and enjoy our lives together. In this way we will all get a successful life! In addition, we want to have a complete family. So maybe soon we will look for ways to have our baby. We do not have enough money for a wedding that we want. But we can ensure the life of our child. So we'll work on these even without an official marriage! ;) ;) ;)
i don't think that it is very important! i see no difference between these two unions -civil and official one.
is the note in your passport so important for you or it makes any difference? or maybe it improves your relationships somehow? i don't think so! the most important is the relationships itself and not their kind - official or not!
Yes!!Whether or not you favor marriage as a social institution, there's no denying that it confers many rights, protections, and benefits -- both legal and practical. Some of these vary from state to state, but the list typically includes:
Filing joint income tax returns with the IRS and state taxing authorities.Creating a "family partnership" under federal tax laws, which allows you to divide business income among family members.Estate Planning Benefits:Inheriting a share of your spouse's estate.Receiving an exemption from both estate taxes and gift taxes for all property you give or leave to your spouse.Creating life estate trusts that are restricted to married couples, including QTIP trusts, QDOT trusts, and marital deduction trusts.Obtaining priority if a conservator needs to be appointed for your spouse -- that is, someone to make financial and/or medical decisions on your spouse's behalf.Government Benefits :Receiving Social Security, Medicare, and disability benefits for spouses.;Receiving veterans' and military benefits for spouses, such as those for education, medical care, or special loans.Receiving public assistance benefits.Employment Benefits;Obtaining insurance benefits through a spouse's employer.;Taking family leave to care for your spouse during an illness.;Receiving wages, workers';compensation, and retirement plan benefits for a deceased spouse.;Taking bereavement leave if your spouse or one of your spouse's close relatives dies.Medical Benefits;Visiting your spouse in a hospital intensive care unit or during restricted visiting hours in other parts of a medical facility.Making medical decisions for your spouse if he or she becomes incapacitated and unable to express wishes for treatment.
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