Tuesday, 10 December 2013

Croydonians Most Likely to Cheat on Their Partner

New research from the Ministry of Justice figures from July 2011 to June 2013 show that of the 2,664 spouses citing adultery as grounds for divorce, 14 per cent of the cases were in the south London borough of Croydon.

The figures, revealed in the Evening Standard, showed that Croydon has become the divorce capital in London.

Toby Hales, a family lawyer at Hodge, Jones and Allen, said: "Unfortunately, current divorce law forces couples to blame each other unless they can wait two years to get a divorce.
"This means they must record details of their partner’s infidelity or unreasonable behaviour, making an already stressful process even harder for couples and their children. Divorce law urgently needs to change to allow couples to break up without unnecessary confrontation and delay."




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