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"Divorce reform could save billions in government aid" - includes many stats on costs & effects of divorce
By Cheryl Wetzstein
The Washington Times
Posted by John Crouch on August 27, 2011 in Costs to Economy, Taxpayers & Society, Effects on Children: Generally, Effects on Divorced People: Economic, Effects on Divorced People: Happiness, Effects on Divorced People: Physical & Mental Health | Permalink
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Hey I read here you’re sharing and found it very informative. One more thing your topic of discussion is very interesting. Divorce is another type of loss and a difficult transition. I am a divorce lawyer who believes in discouraging, restricting and reducing divorce. I would welcome any opportunity to write, speak to groups or talk to the media about this issue.
Virginia Divorce Lawyers |
October 18, 2011 at 05:46 AM
Very interesting article which i have just found after looking this up for a UK article. I have retweeted this for you @mrdivorceonlineuk
Mark Keenan |
December 16, 2011 at 07:59 AM
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