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No, Arkansas does not recognize common law marriages.
The short answer, forgive me for stating the obvious, is yes, get married. Common law marriage is a concept that is either permitted or prohibited by the law of your state. Very few US states recognize common law marriage. You can check the state list at the related link. Check
If you’re under 18, you need parental consent.If you’re a male under 17 or a female under 16, you also need court approval.
Only a few states recognize common law marriages: Alabama Colorado Georgia (if created before 1/1/97) Idaho (if created before 1/1/96) Iowa Kansas Montana New Hampshire (for inheritance purposes only) Ohio (if created before 10/10/91) Oklahoma (possibly only if created before 11/1/98. Oklahoma’s laws and court decisions may be in conflict
No even if you got married in Texas , your marriage will not stand in court, even if you got married in Texas . As your husbands wife has not been divorced your marriage is illegal.
If you live in a state that recognizes common law marriageyou can obtain a divorce if you wish to dissolve your marriage. Youmust obtain a divorce if you want to remarry. You should consultwith an attorney.
We have some friends who have lived together for nearly 30 years and have never gotten married. They have two beautiful children, who are grown now, and have always maintained a home and life together just like a married couple. If you ask them why they never married the usual
January 1, 1968.