A corporate marriage is a form of group
marriage that is registered as a legal entity. The purpose of
incorporation is to detail the financial responsibilities of each of
the partners. This makes a corporate marriage potentially better
organized than non-corporate ones. When members know what's expected
of them and that they are legally bound to provide, it is easier to
hold each partner accountable for the health of the marriage.
More About Corporate Marriage
A corporate marriage sounds unromantic
and very impersonal. However, this may be where its strengths lie.
Traditional marriages sometimes take financial responsibilities for
granted. These responsibilities may not be discussed up until the end of
the honeymoon period, where the partners are scrambling to support
their kids through school. Financial crises happen all the time. As
in a corporate marriage, it pays to be clear about expectations.