RussellHltn wrote:Ummm, I think that's what Larry is saying - the bride is grouped with the groom and it then falls to the groom's unit to move them out. (Or the bride's unit to request it.)
I disagree on the interpretation of lajackson's comments. I will explain my reasoning below, but I suppose he could answer for himself at any time.
He suspects the temple does "the latter" option of the first sentence of his second paragraph (which is to leave it up to the unit to transfer the records). The first option would be if "the temple worries about this second step," which is the transferring of records to a unit mentioned at the end of his first paragraph.
Here are his comments again for reference to which paragraphs and sentences I am referring to:
lajackson wrote:I would expect the default to be that the bride becomes a member of the groom's household, so the contact information would be appropriate. As for the location of the married couple, it would appear that this would require a second step, transfering the new household to a new unit, if that is where they will be living.
I will ask if the temple worries about this second step or just leaves it to the ward where the groom resided to figure it out. I suspect the latter but, as I said, I will ask.
Actually, now that I read your comments, RussellHltn, I do think you are correctly summarizing what lajackson is saying, but perhaps you are misinterpreting what I am saying, because I am not in agreement with lajackson "suspects."