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Date Posted: Saturday, January 14, 04:40:30pm
Author: Shanola
Subject: Coming late to this, and you may not even see it, but
In reply to: JayBee 's message, "This raises an initial question (r)" on Wednesday, January 11, 09:27:35pm

Operations was considered legally dead. His son thought so and his wife thought so; the army thought so, too, apparantly.

So while, obviously, he knows he isn't dead, there is no real way for him to seek a divorce. Should he have remained faithful all those years apart when there was no way he could go back to his wife? Or should he have accepted the 'death do us part' of the marriage vows as freeing him, legally, from his wife?

Hmm...if someone is declared dead, and their spouse remarries, then the someone is found to be alive, have the marriage vows really been broken?

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