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08 Jul 08 #31540 by kjacksonmirror
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There are reports released today that more and more couples who want to separate and divorce are being forced to continue living together because they simply can not afford to go their separate ways.

With the credit crunch and falling house prices, couples are finding they either can not sell their marital home or they can not get another mortgage.

I would very much like to speak to a couple in this situation about the issue at hand and how they are coping.
If you can offer your thoughts, please email me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 0207 293 3286

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