Courts and Divorce—a Marriage Made in Hell?
A divorce is not a punishable offense. It is a change in legal status, but when people get married, they don’t do it because they wish to change their legal status--it just happens as an unnoticed side effect of what is quite often a religious ceremony.
People get married because they WANT to love and be loved until they are parted by death. Sadly, many won't have that experience--but it is what they want and what they think they are entering into.
There is no disclaimer anywhere that says "Big Brother has just laid his clammy hand on you. Try to undo this at your peril."
So--why does the court get to stick its nasty nose into every aspect of your life if you don’t realize how very much you are going to regret going to court for that divorce when you are upset, and at your worst?
I don't know why -- I just know that is how we seem to have "always" done it.
So-- why should we KEEP doing it, when it never works worth a darn?
Does anyone have any stories about how happy the whole court thing made them...?