IMFC Executive Director Andrea Mrozek commented on the proposal:
“'Two adults can do whatever you want … but marriage has a child-centric focus, it exists for the purpose of raising children,' she said. 'It’s only when you view two adults alone in the world when you can have the discussion.' How would a child feel, she said, knowing his or her parents could nix their commitment to one another at the looming contract end?
'The lifelong nature of marriage is extinguished in that negotiation,' she said. 'I view this as something that cheapens the commitment, something that cheapens the institution.'”
Read the full article here: http://news.nationalpost.com/2014/08/08/one-law-student-has-a-radical-proposal-for-fixing-marriage-cut-it-off-after-four-years/