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February 22, 2010

Divorce? In this recession, it’s anything but fun

Layoffs, wage cuts, foreclosures and other financial setbacks are forcing many couples into reworked settlements, creative separations and postponements, divorce experts say. Enrollment in self-help classes for divorce is also rising.

via Divorce? In this recession, it’s anything but fun | StarTribune.com.

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