Heidi Glenn. So you've been with your partner for a long time. It's time to start considering yourselves common-law married, a sort of "marriage-like" status that triggers when you've lived together for seven years. For one, common-law marriage, which traces its roots to old English law, isn't a nationwide thing.
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No, You're Not In A Common-Law Marriage After 7 Years Together : NPR
Top definition. A convenient rule to define the youngest that a romantic interest can be before the relationship is indecent. Widely referred to and used, the rule has merit for usefulness. The full version states: "if you halve your years then add seven, you'll have the youngest decent age for a partner; if you double your years then subtract seven, you'll have the oldest decent age for a partner". However it's somewhat flawed thanks to the poor mathematical ability of its authors -- it gives a different result depending on whether it is worked out for a younger or older partner. Mar 14 Word of the Day.
No, You're Not In A Common-Law Marriage After 7 Years Together
Dating in your 50s very different from dating when you were in your 20s and 30s. You are not the same person you were in those formative years. As you grow and mature, your intentions and approach towards dating are also bound to change.