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I am marriage by the church but don't have licence my husband want to get marriage legally but he want a prenatal agreements before we get legally marriage what shot i do?

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2010-01-25 01:44:27
2010-01-25 01:44:27

Don't do it get a license so you can make it official

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Are you asking if your previous husband ought to be legally responsible for supporting your children by your new husband?


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Yes it is a sin, you should be married in the church legally, this falls under adultery.



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