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". You could enter into them and take advantage of the legal benefits, but then leave them whenever you wanted. No messy divorces. No marital property laws. No alimony payments. No child support. All the benefits of marriage without any of the hassle.' The number of people who are married has dropped steadily since the 1950s, and it is more than likely that in years to come, unmarried couples will outnumber married couples, a situation unprecedented in history. Over the last few decades, the English language has needed to respond to such changing trends and find new ways of describing committed relationships between ...
show the editor as Matt Firth, who is British and educated in English and French law and English as a foreign language (to use an overbroad term), and has been involved in teaching English to foreign lawyers for many years now. There are also seven authors and a senior consultant, all highly qualified. If you click on one of the words in the dictionary, you can see a definition and a warning that in order to see the full entry you need to pay the one-year licence fee. I haven't done this yet, although I probably will. The dictionary does look excellent. My quibbles are minor and ... Read More
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