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A person's marital status is a piece of biographical data describing their relationship with regard to the act of marriage or remarriage Some common statuses are:

The number of children may also be specified and, in this case, becomes synonymous with family status. For example: married with no children.

Marital status studied in combination with other factors reveals a marriage gap.

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