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Avoiding Breakup And Divorce Post Lockdown By Sara Davison

It’s perhaps unsurprising that the collateral damage of lockdown has seen a record spike in divorce inquiries around the world with UK family law firms reporting an average surge of more than 40% during and since quarantine. These patterns have been replicated in China and Sweden. What’s more, relationship experts and academics are predicting that […]

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It’s perhaps unsurprising that the collateral damage of lockdown has seen a record spike in divorce inquiries around the world with UK family law firms reporting an average surge of more than 40% during and since quarantine. These patterns have been replicated in China and Sweden. What’s more, relationship experts and academics are predicting that the pandemic-induced break-up curve may not even have peaked yet.  The chronic stress we have all been under during Covid-19 has placed couples under enormous and sustained pressure. The pandemic has thrust domestic arrangements and frustrations into sharp focus and its burden is made all the heavier because of the ongoing uncertainty. For some couples, this is having a devastating impact on their relationship as they are hit from all sides; from economic concerns, to new working from home arrangements and sick family members to managing children’s stress and hybrid virtual schooling. Money is one…

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