Bloomberg News interviewed Joseph Cordell, co-founder of Cordell & Cordell, about the rising demand for divorces and how that is creating “new forms of households.”
Some of these new households may be created by people who have delayed divorces for economic reasons, according to the Bloomberg article on divorce.
“There is a pent-up demand for divorces,” which are usually “a matter of convenience or discretion,” said Cordell, whose firm represents men in domestic litigation.
Bloomberg mentioned Cordell & Cordell’s growth – about 20 percent more clients in the first quarter – that is likely to continue in the next few quarters.
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