• Why divorce rates could spike after the pandemic ends, according to a family and divorce lawyer

    7 days ago - By Business Insider

    Couples spending more time together during quarantine may experience new stress or tensions.
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    Valerie H. Tocci is an attorney who specializes in matrimonial and family law, including divorce.
    She says in legal circles, there's been talk of an increase in divorce filings after the pandemic.
    Some factors that cause couples to break up, like incompatibility or stress, have been amplified during lockdown.
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