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Anthony Wright

Next time someone needs a Maine attorney, I'll refer them to you.

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The warm weather states always have higher divorce rates. People who have more outdoorsy time, time aways from the home fire (in cold weather states), and oogle women wearing next to nothing in clothing, stray away from home and the rest is history in divorce courts. Plain and simple.

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Can someone present a valid study of why divorce rates are higher in warmer whether states?

Will Beaumont (Beaumont Divorce, 3801 Canal St #207, New Orleans, LA 70119 (504) 483-8008)

I have found that the majority of divorce work comes from suburban areas.

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Bella | Uncontested Divorce Pennsylvania

Some people may look at divorce as if it is a trend that affects a lot of people. I guess it's not the location but the practices and the preparations that people engage in before the marriage is done.

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Number 25? Last I heard, my home state of Oklahoma had the highest divorce rate in the country. How could we only have one city listed at number 25.

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