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would it be possible to start a \"divorce co-op\"

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12 Nov 07 #6451 by CeeJay
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I've often pondered since my divorce started if it would be possible to start some kind of divorce co-op where all members would donate towards each other and have a Wikivorce solicitor??? Opinions please???

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12 Nov 07 #6454 by Sera
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I'd suggested elsewhere; the option of buying 'Divorce Insurance'. When i married (earlier this year) I had many flyers for 'Wedding Insurance', My guess is someone may have thought about this; but looking at Divorce stats, my guess is they'd be paying through the nose on claims!

Nice idea, but me thinks the 'pot' would be empty!

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12 Nov 07 #6456 by Camberwick green
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considering how many marriages end in Divorce now I think the 'insurance' idea could be a goer, but It could be an expensive one to pay for, how many insurance companies would offer to pay out on over a third of claims for a pittance of a premium? lol

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Just thinking given the divorce rate I think the premiums would be a bit pricey. However if every member on this site paid £10 a week thats 53 thousand pounds a week.....how many full time solicitors would that pay for? and how much of a bargian would £40 a month be against what forum users are paying now? Also solicitors engaged by Wikivorce would have a wealth of information to draw on.

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