Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Have a Terrible Christmas

Full of Christmas cheer, the Guardian reports today that: "Councils across England are forecasting a surge in the divorce rate next month as couples succumb to the multiple pressures of Christmas, mortgage arrears and recession". This is, of course, good news for us divorce lawyers. So, my seasonal message to all readers is: go home, have a terrible Christmas, and make an appointment to see your divorce lawyer in the New Year. Oh, and don't forget to take your chequebook with you when you see them...


  1. John

    if this December is anything to go by then January is going to be absolutely mental.

    Happy Christmas to you.

  2. I think you should insist on cash. Far more cheques bounce in January than any other month!

  3. Good thinking - can't trust banks anyway! Cash it is.


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