From Catholic World News:
Lawmakers in Mexico City have proposed requiring prenuptial agreements, which could include an estimate of how long the bridge and groom expect their marriage to last.
The proposed agreements—which would allow for marriages of a term as short as 2 years—drew immediate fire from Catholic Church leaders. Msgr. Hugo Vlademar, the spokesman for the Mexico City archdiocese, said that proposal was “absurd,” and “denigrates the concept of family.”
The proposal has been advertised as a way to cut back the costs of contested divorces [more].