By the way, those are reasons why someone that WANTS a divorce can get one.Big D
Grounds for divorce:
A decree of divorce based upon the fault of one of the parties may be granted in Alaska for any of the following grounds:
Failure to consummate the marriage.
Conviction of a felony.
Willful desertion for a period of one year.
Cruel and inhuman treatment.
Personal indignities rendering life burdensome.
Incompatibility of temperament.
Habitual drunkenness or addiction to drugs.
Incurable mental illness.[Based on Alaska Statutes 25.24.050]
But you are trying to use this argument as a way to NOT allow people to marry in the first place.
Are you saying that I can FORCE someone else in Alaska to have a divorce when neither party wants a divorce for one those reasons? Or keep someone from getting married ( as you so desperately are trying to do ) for any of those reasons? That in Alaska I can knock on someone’s door with evidence and force them against their will to have a divorce?
I will give you a hint... the answer is no
so far, you have produced squat as a reason for not allowing people to marry who both want to.