Divorce: Can split up be fun? | Bellevue divorce attorney


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4/8/2009
Andrew Kim
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Interesting article about a recent divorce fair in London where divorce lawyers, counselors, lifestyle coaches and even astrologists get together with the idea of making the divorce process a little easier.

The fair, called the "Starting Over Show" took place at a cozy hotel in the seaside resort town of Brighton, England.  The objective of the event was to focus on the positive, starting with a warming cup of tea and a chunk of homemade cake.  Live music, play areas for children, and other exhibitors offering everything from psychics healing minds and bodies, chocolate, art appreciation vacations, debt counselors and mediators.

Perhaps people going through a divorce could benefit from the positive environment, help and support from such a fair just like those who go to wedding fairs to find out things they need to know about tying the knot.   But it remains to be seen whether such an event will catch on here in the states.

This information was provided by the Andrew Kim Law Firm, PLLC located in Bellevue, Washington.  We offer compassionate legal services to those going through a difficult time in their lives whether in a divorce, child custody dispute, child support, parenting plan, or issues of domestic violence.

Call us at (425) 289-1990 to talk about your case.  The initial phone consultation is free.



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