National Public Radio now reports that with the improving economy the divorce rate is once again on the rise. Because banks are now more willing to lend money, divorcing people can now borrow money more easily to buy out their spouse's interest in a home or family business. The stock market has also recovered, causing divorcing couples to feel more secure in their financial ability to separate. Finally, couples that put their divorces on hold during the depth of the recession a created pent-up demand for divorce, and many of those couples are no longer willing to wait to get divorced.
Cooley & Handy, in accord with the article, has experienced a recent spike in new clients seeking divorce in Bucks County and Montgomery County Pennsylvania.
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