The thinking is that much effort is made to "land" your spouce then once you have them "Locked in" you stop trying as hard and sometimes stop trying at all. if you had to renew the contract with your #1 client, you would try harder since every 3, 5, or 10 years you'd be facing with that client moving on to a supplier who is better at serving their needs.
The article didn't go into the division of assets and certainly didnt touch on the fact that you're still divorced. Period. YOU ARE DIVORCED NO MATTER WHEN IT HAPPENS OR WHAT YOUR 'MARRIAGE CONTRACT' SAYS.
So... now i'm sitting here at TAG's house discussing it with 3 others who have been divorced. We aren't so sure this is the way we'd do it the next time around.
I mean, why go through the expense, if you chose not to renew every few years? thats just dating with lots of drama, right?