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Prenuptial agreements are about as unromantic as it gets, right? Wrong. Mexico lawmakers are pushing to introduce a two-year wedding license so that just in case your union doesn’t work out in 24 months, you can have the option to renew your love for one another…or not. Sweet, right?

Well, they are doing it for a reason. Nearly half of marriages in Mexico end in divorce, usually in the first two years, so implementing this license would keep couples from “going through the tortuous process of divorce,” according to assemblyman who co-authored the bill.

As accommodating as that sounds, we’re having a hard time wrapping our minds around how pessimistic and reactive this sounds. Why not be proactive and do your diligence of choosing the right one, the right way, the first time around?

What do you all think?

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