Thursday, December 20, 2012

Guest Post: Shock finding of divorce survey

A new survey questioning people about divorce has come up with a shock finding. 

The survey, conducted by ICBM, asked ten people what they thought divorce was for, and a majority of respondents said that it was to terminate marriage.

The survey was commissioned by leading divorce firm Venal & Grabbit. Commenting on its findings, Senior Partner Edgar Venal said: "This unexpected result has come as a shock to us all. Who would have thought that most people thought that the purpose of divorce was to terminate marriage?"

If you are thinking of terminating your marriage, then we at Venal & Grabbit can help. We have experts who can deal with all aspects of marriage termination - just call us for a quote.

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