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Here is the 18th in a series of Divorce Corp polls. Please vote only once. And here are the results with accuracy +/- 3% The old model of division of labor is fading away and being replaced with equality.Read More
Here is the 17th in a series of Divorce Corp polls. Please vote only once. And here are the results accurate to +/- 3% OK, the question could have been worded a little more clearly. But, you get it, as did our followers. Yes, the American public thinks that two parents are better…Read More
Here is the 15th in a series of Divorce Corp polls. Please vote only once. And here are the results: We think that the results speak for themselves. Should it really take 2 years to complete something that the Scandinavians complete simply by filling out a form? And for those people who believe…Read More
Here is the 16th in a series of Divorce Corp polls. Please vote only once. And here are the results accurate to within + or – 4% These results are the first that came to a close vote. While a statistically significant majority believe that child support payments should be a fixed amount, there were…Read More