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Divorce Affects Children’s Ability to Learn and Make Friends

Children whose parents divorce are likely to develop mathematical and social skills at a slower rate than children unaffected by divorce, a recent study has suggested. The research, conducted by PHD student Hyun Sik Kim, of the University of Wisconsin, showed that children’s performances in maths tests worsened whil...

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Want to avoid a ‘Nightmare’ Divorce – Get a Good Night’s Sleep!

A recent study has revealed that relationships are likely to suffer and end in divorce if women have a poor night’s rest. The same is not true for men, however. Research conducted at the University Of Pittsburgh’s School Of Medicine, showed that wives who had not slept well the night before reported decreased social...

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Malaysian Club Plan to Curb Divorce Rates through “Alluring Smiles and Sexy Clothes”

Divorce rates in Malaysia doubled between 2002 and 2009 and a group of Malaysian Muslim women plan to promote marital happiness and curtail the country’s divorce rate by forming a group known as The Obedient Wife Club. The club’s founders have stated that issues such as domestic abuse and infidelity occur because “w...

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Separations and Celebrations: The Growing Popularity of Divorce Parties

A divorce, some might argue, should bring about a period of solemn contemplation; time to take stock of your situation and evaluate your mistakes. On the other hand, with current divorce proceedings providing applicants with sufficient time to mourn the end of a marriage before their divorce is finalised; many people a...

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‘Car Wreck Marriages’ Get Their Own Insurance Policies

US Company SafeGuard Guaranty Corp has carved out an interesting niche in the world of insurance products; it offers married couples insurance policies that pay out if they divorce. SafeGuard Chairman and CEO, John Logan, said the idea came to him following him having found himself almost destitute following his own...

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MILF Oppose Filipino Divorce Bill

The Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) has added its support to the Catholic Church’s decision to oppose legislation that would see divorce legalised within the Philippines. The militant Islamic group expressed its support via comments left on its website, www.luwaran.com, on Thursday. Following Malta having re...

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Hollywood’s Most Expensive Divorces

Celebrity divorce has been a hot topic for some time now and with several high profile stars having engaged in somewhat ‘questionable’ activity of late; newspapers worldwide are rife with stories of celebrity spouses collecting hefty pay-outs. But which celebrity divorces have proven to be the most expensive? Truth...

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Avoid Divorce and Maintain a Happy Marriage

Are you unhappy in your marriage? If you’re answer to this question is an unequivocal yes, then you’ve no doubt already considered divorcing your spouse. Our feelings for our loved ones simply do not disappear overnight, however, and it’s therefore also likely that you’re considering ways of mending your marriage and a...

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Cuts in Legal Aid to Affect the UK's Most Vulnerable Citizens

The government – having recently announced that the UK’s Legal Aid budget is to be cut by £350m – have now indicated that it will be the family courts which are to be subjected to the most significant reductions in funding with a quarter of a million people likely to find themselves unrepresented. This will leave many...

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Guatemalan Elections and Other Unusual Reasons to Divorce Worldwide

Guatemala’s current presidential elections have recently thrown up one of the most unusual reasons for divorce that we at Quickie Divorce have seen in our ten years in the business. Presidential hopeful, Sandra Torres, 56, recently sacrificed her happy eight year marriage to current president, Alvaro Colom, due to a...

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The Semimarried; Economic Downturn and its Effect on Divorce

The recent recession has, it seems, not only influenced bank accounts, business and interest rates, but has also had a significant effect on people’s home lives too. It could be argued that this statement is somewhat redundant; there is no denying that increased pressure can cause tension between couples, but could...

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Quickie Divorce to Launch Support Forum!

[caption id="attachment_122" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="Quickie Divorce goes the extra mile"][/caption] We are all very excited because we just got the go ahead on a huge new project which we hope to have up and running from next month.   For a little while now we have been trialing a private...

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