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Oh, pooh, divorce lawyers are suffering since September 11th. …
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With all the magnanimity in the air, divorce lawyers are seeing an unmistakable drop in business. Christian Scranton, owner of Divorce Legal Services in Marin County, took a 50 percent hit in September, costing him an estimated $50,000.I can just imagine those divorce lawyers shaking their fists and muttering, Blast!
"It was looking to be a stellar month, September and October are usually outstanding months," says Scranton. "Then boom. As soon as that thing happened, calls came to a screeching halt. A lot of people who were on the verge of divorce are re-evaluating their lives and trying genuinely to work on their marriages."