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Should there be a mandatory "cooling-off period" before divorce? [Copy link] 中文

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senoritazhao Post time: 2017-3-20 16:02
It could be a good idea in China.
Most young Chinese couples got married not based on love and mutua ...

Cooling period is needed especially for couples who have children together. But I don't think it should be compulsory. Every divorce is different and hence the law should be flexible as it has to adapt to each case and the parties' individual circumstances.

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It is too easier for couples to process their diorces as long as they have reached an agreement. Under the present law, couples receive divorce certificates immediately if they produce their marriage certificate, identity cards, property certificate and then sign a joint statement. It takes about an hour and the divorce fee is about 10 yuan. Many make hasty decisions over trivial issues and regret later. Possibly a cooling-off period allows them to reflect on their decision to divorce.

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China has been recognized as a traditional country in the past but now it has been westernized and become more and more alike ..

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Couples need to understand they cant have their own way all the time. The problem is they are spoiled as a child, and always get there own way. Remember the child who made her mother say sorry kneeling down in a store in Shenzhen because she could not afford an I phone? when they learn to give and take there marriages will be stronger
if you want something in life get off your backside, and do it yourself!! don't rely on others to do it for you

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