Terminologies: SCECS Accepted Marriage

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The SCECS Accepted Marriage refers to the license and/or certificate that can be obtained through one’s local government whereby a “marriage” (a reference to the definition of marriage, which will be found in “Considering Lingual Aspects of the English”) is filed with the State.

As I identify what I refer to as the SCECS Accepted Marriage, I want to make it clear that I am in no way against the SCECS Accepted Marriage. I recognize and understand that many -no pun intended- accept and find acceptable the SCECS Accepted Marriage.

Yet, as I identify what I refer to as the SCECS Accepted Marriage, I want to identify reasons as to why I refer to this as the SCECS Accepted Marriage, and provide some observations that I have made.

Legally, when the participants file their SCECS Accepted Marriage with the State, the State recognizes that each participant of the SCECS Accepted Marriage chose to terminate their individual legal entity in order for the State to record the participants as one legal entity referred to as “husband and wife”.

That means that the SCECS Accepted Marriage seems to function as a primary method to change one’s legal status, and to provide an opportunity for a change of name, in most instances it is the woman who changes her last name.

Therefore, it means that the SCECS Accepted Marriage seems not to function as a primary means to define, develop, and/or understand each participant in the SCECS Accepted Marriage.

Therefore, it means that the SCECS Accepted Marriage seems not to function as a primary means to identify the accountabilities and responsibilities of each participant in the SCECS Accepted Marriage.

Reflectively, it remains true that families and entities within SCECS have had and do have direct and indirect influence to define the SCECS Accepted Marriage, which reveals a reason why families and entities within SCECS argue and debate the overarching idea of the SCECS Accepted Marriage.

Reflectively, because the SCECS Accepted Marriage functions primarily as a means to change the legal status and/or change the names of the participants, and because the SCECS Accepted Marriage does not provide definitions, developments, understandings, accountabilities and/or responsibilities of each participant, it becomes of little wonder why some divorce proceedings are miserable.

Why?

The SCECS Accepted Marriage provided the participants a vague overarching idea (an idea influenced by families and entities within SCECS) of what the participants were to embody; but when participants want to terminate their SCECS Accepted Marriage the participants can be required to be tangibly specific, which sometimes requires lawyers. In other words, something that began with little to no specificity can be terminated with great specificity.

Legally, the participants of the SCECS Accepted Marriage do NOT actively design or draft the document (the marriage license and/or marriage certificate) of the SCECS Accepted Marriage.

However, it seems possible to express that participants of the SCECS Accepted Marriage can be active in influencing the legal document of the SCECS Accepted Marriage. That is because participants of the SCECS Accepted Marriage are a functional entity within SCECS, which means it is possible for participants to influence other families and/or influence other entities within SCECS. As members of the Electorate, participants can elect leaders who can influence the definitions, the developments, the understandings, accountabilities and/or responsibilities of the SCECS Accepted Marriage.

Importantly, when participants choose to utilize the SCECS Accepted Marriage, the participants should recognize that the families and the entities within SCECS influence the definitions, the developments, and the understandings of the SCECS Accepted Marriage, and the accountabilities and the responsibilities of participants of the SCECS Accepted Marriage.

Therefore, participants of the SCECS Accepted Marriage should understand that the SCECS Accepted Marriage was/is designed by the families and entities within SCECS, the Electorate who elect leaders to the State.

As such, the SCECS Accepted Marriage is a legal document that resides outside the immediate control and purview of the participants of the SCECS Accepted Marriage.

As such, when participants use the SCECS Accepted Marriage, the participants have assented to the definitions, developments, and understandings, accountabilities, and/or responsibilities as influenced by the families and entities within in SCECS on the SCECS Accepted Marriage.

As such, when participants use the SCECS Accepted Marriage, the participants have assented to allow the SCECS Accepted Marriage to serve as the legal document governing their personal relationship.

As counterpoint, many accept as sufficient those aspects of the SCECS Accepted Marriage. In recognizing that, there have been many personal relationships which were/are governed by the SCECS Accepted Marriage and many personal relationships were/are successful.

But even accepting the counterpoint, when participants choose to govern their personal relationship with the SCECS Accepted Marriage, the participants have assented to allow the families and entities within SCECS working as the Electorate who elected the State to function as an active third party, controlling and governing the personal relationship of the participants of the SCECS Accepted Marriage.

As such, when participants choose the SCECS Accepted Marriage, in many circumstances, legally, the participants have agreed to passively govern their personal relationship.

That means when participants choose the SCECS Accepted Marriage, they have allowed the State, who represents the Electorate who represents the families and entities within SCECS, to become the active, controlling, majority, third-party participant.

As such, the State has the ability to control and govern, to be active, and to have a majority role in the definitions, developments, and understandings of the SCECS Accepted Marriage, and provide accountabilities and responsibilities to the participants in their personal relationship.

Importantly, unless it is done otherwise (e.g. prenup or written settlement), that is why the State has the legal ability to settle matters of the participants’ personal relationship when the participants’ personal relationship ends, like a divorce.

Historically, in a previous era, families and entities within SCECS developed the SCECS Accepted Marriage.

Importantly, those families and entities operated from within their ‘scecs’ which means they functionally had different definitions, developments, and understandings of the SCECS Accepted Marriage, and functionally had different accountabilities, and/or responsibilities for the participants in the SCECS Accepted Marriage.

Culturally, over time families and entities within SCECS have influenced and continue to influence the definitions, developments, and understandings of the SCECS Accepted Marriage.

One example is that SCECS Accepted Marriage can be a mixed-ethnic personal relationship.

Another example is that SCECS Accepted Marriage can be a mixed-cultural personal relationship.

Another example is that SCECS Accepted Marriage can be a same-gender personal relationship.

Definitionally, families and entities within SCECS have influenced the SCECS Accepted Marriage and those families and entities within SCECS have provided a general definition with regard to the term “husband” and the term “wife” when in reference to the SCECS Accepted Marriage.

Additionally, the families and entities within SCECS have determined the number of participants permitted within the SCECS Accepted Marriage.

Therefore, the SCECS Accepted Marriage can only have two participants: either one man and one woman; or either one man and another man; or either one woman and another woman.

Functionally, the families and entities within SCECS have limited a male to having only one SCECS Accepted Marriage with any one woman or any one man at any given time. SCECS has permitted the male to divorce from the other and thereby terminate their SCECS Accepted Marriage. Upon obtaining a divorce, the male may obtain another SCECS Accepted Marriage with another woman or another man who is not identified in some other SCECS Accepted Marriage. Legally, families and entities within SCECS permit a male to go through that process as many times as the male wants.

Functionally, the families and entities within SCECS have limited a female to having only one SCECS Accepted Marriage with any one man or any one woman at any given time. SCECS has permitted the female to divorce from the other and thereby terminate their SCECS Accepted Marriage. Upon obtaining a divorce, the female may obtain another SCECS Accepted Marriage with another man or another woman who is not identified in some other SCECS Accepted Marriage. Legally, families and entities within SCECS permit a female to go through that process as many times as the female wants.

Reflectively, in this era, it becomes increasingly evident that families and entities within SCECS have their own definitions, developments, and understandings of the SCECS Accepted Marriage, and provide what they believe are the accountabilities and responsibilities of the participants in the SCECS Accepted Marriage.

Yet it should be understood that families and entities within SCECS compel the participants of the SCECS Accepted Marriage to embody and represent a certain thing when participating in the SCECS Accepted Marriage.

As one looks at the current environment of SCECS in the United States, it becomes evident that there is no possibility for each family and each entity within SCECS to completely agree on the embodiment of the SCECS Accepted Marriage.

It seems proper to conclude that the SCECS within the United States perseveres with the reality that families and entities within SCECS have different and varied definitions, developments, and understandings of the SCECS Accepted Marriage, and the accountabilities and responsibilities of the participants in the SCECS Accepted Marriage.

Conclusively, it should be evident that it is those differences that influence the constant tension and debate about the SCECS Accepted Marriage.

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