And your marital status is ….


You’re filling in a form for whatever reason – to receive a government benefit, to open a new bank account, to apply for a temporary work permit while in another country. Invariably, one of the details you need to include is your marital status. Almost everyone knows SINGLE (or UNATTACHED) and MARRIED but can you explain when someone should write:

  1. DIVORCED
  2. WIDOWED
  3. SEPARATED

 

 

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