With the World Cup kicking off in South Africa, divorce lawyers are preparing for a busy time as relationships break up under the strain of a partner following England’s campaign, according to the Daily Mail.
A study has shown there was a significant increase in couples seeking divorce in the fortnight after the last two tournaments, leading to an expectation of a repeat performance this time around.
The emotionally charged atmosphere of the next few weeks can lead to confrontations and be the last straw for long-suffering partners. But Woolley& Co is urging couples not to make big decisions at “pinch points” of tension like this.
“It is important that people don’t make life-changing decisions at times of emotional stress – like the aftermath of a big football game – and consider their situation carefully rather than making any snap decisions.”
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