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Synonyms for divorce

Synonyms for divorce

to become or cause to become apart one from another

Synonyms for divorce

the legal dissolution of a marriage

get a divorce

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In a word, I avoided a contract; but told him I would go into the north, that he should know where to write to me by the consequence of the business I had entrusted with him; that I would give him a sufficient pledge of my respect for him, for I would leave almost all I had in the world in his hands; and I would thus far give him my word, that as soon as he had sued out a divorce from his first wife, he would send me an account of it, I would come up to London, and that then we would talk seriously of the matter.
While the law provides for equitable division of property, courts have long followed the "enough is enough" rule in divorces involving large sums of money.
Although divorce is not allowed in the classic Hindu tradition, in modern practice, divorces under civil law do occur.
At the same time, there are approximately four divorces per 1,000 married people in the U.
BRITAIN doesn't have the highest divorce rate in the world - that record belongs to the United States with 495 divorces per 1,000.
Repeat divorces, involving people who had been divorced at least once before, account for an increasing proportion of divorces in Canada, according to new data compiled by Statistics Canada.
One does not hear of people coming to India for divorces because India is not an easy place to get a divorce," says lawyer Manali Singhal," but adds: " when a divorce does take place, custody of a minor child is ordinarily given to the mother, while in America, it could be given to the mother or the father or even to a foster home.
We will have to wait for the Government to produce the statistics, but my gut feeling is that this recession will mirror the last one in the 1990's when there was a spike in divorces during it's height.
Office for National Statistics (ONS) figures for 2007 showed divorces in England and Wales fell for a third consecutive year, down from 12.
3 divorces for every 1,000 men aged 60 and over and 1.
D'Onofrio concludes, "This study, because it tested a lot of assumptions of previous research, further supports the conclusion that, if we reduce parental divorce or its impact on children, we can reduce the number of divorces in our society in future generations.
3 divorces per 1,000 people in 2002) and divorce after twenty years of marriage (from 2.
The figures - from 2009 - also showed that more than 40 per cent of divorces were filed within the first year of marriage and 39 per cent of divorced women in Umm Al Quwain were under 25 years old.
The 2011 Marriages and Divorces Annual Bulletin of Vital Statistics released by Qatar Statistics Authority recently says that the divorce rate among Qataris fell marginally by 1.
Data published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) showed the number of divorces in England and Wales in 2010 was 119,589, a 4.