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  • German couples reject marriage
  • German couples reject marriage
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German couples reject marriage

Increasing numbers of German couples are choosing to live together and not get married. But while the traditional route of an engagement, wedding and ceremony is being disrupted, unmarried couples are finding themselves more vulnerable financially when it comes to the law.

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