What you’re suggesting cannot be legally accomplished within this state.
In order to get a divorce you have to separate for a year and a day and one of you has to intend for the separation to be permanent.
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My wife and I have been married for a little over a year. Neither one of us believe in the “sanctity of marriage.” We just figured for legal issues, being married would be the best way to cap off our six years together. However, since day one it has bothered us. We kinda gave in to the system and social pressures. The concept of being married is just not something we agree with.
So we are considering divorce, but we want to stay together. We have no intention on separating or moving out, but we would like our marriage to be ended. How can this be accomplished or can it in this state?