15-year quad signs legal papers in California
"A Californian family has unveiled the latest version of family life a marriage of four," reports this morning's Daily Telegraph, a conservative newspaper in London, England.
Four better or four worse for marriage of four
Tony, 48, Kaye, 48, Kevin, 40, and Sandi, 40, who live in San Jose, signed legal documents to give them similar status to actual spouses.
The foursome practice polyamory the belief people can love several partners at once with everyone's blessing.
The unusual household was formed 15 years ago when Briton Tony and his legal wife Kaye invited their married friends Kevin and Sandi to stay at their home.
The couple decided to stay for good after falling in love with each other....
"We plan to grow old together and to stay this way forever," said Tony.
...The four signed legal documents so [their daughter] Ruth [age 11] will remain with her parents if one or more dies, and the remaining partners will keep the house.
The only problem the Lucks have is making sure they have enough time for each other.
"We're very busy people and we're rushing about all the time.
"We have an online diary so everyone knows where any of the household is supposed to be," said Tony.
Read the whole article.
Here's another, briefer story, in another British paper this morning, the Daily Mirror. (Tony is originally from England)
They are celebrating 15 years together in San Jose, California, and only the men don't sleep with each other.
Ruth said: "People ask which is your real mum and dad. I always say, if I pinch them and they say 'ouch' aren't they real?"
Anybody know the people involved? Would the folks in the quad be willing to post their legal paperwork, as a model for others?