1.    No Agreement to be Married:

·        Behavior that is consistent with courtship, such as holding hands and showing affection towards one another;

·        Marriage proposal and giving of an engagement ring;

·        Statements that parties were “trying out” their relationship and would later marry if everything worked out; and

·        A promise by one person to the other to stay with them during illness.

2.      No Holding Out:

·        An indication on a lease agreement or other contract that you do not have a spouse;

·        Evidence that only one person in the relationship ever stated to another that he or she was married;

·        Evidence that a man only told a few of his friends that he was married and the woman never told anyone; and

·        A woman stated upon being admitted to the hospital that she was single.

3.      No Cohabitation/Living Together:

·        Evidence that a man and woman never spent an entire night together;

·        A man and woman never moved any personal property into the same residence;

·        A man and woman never moved in together; and

·        A man and woman living in the same house but sleeping in separate beds in separate rooms.