Win a free divorce

So remember I wrote back on this appalling site a few weeks back? It’s gotten worse. Yes they’re back and promoting their site hard. Now you don’t just have a discrete affair but they’ll pay for the consequent divorce when you get caught?

That said I don’t want to deny those of you in dire straits and looking for a way out of this amazing opportunity for free legal support during your time of divorce. I just went to WH Smith and bought one of those do it yourself kits. No need for lawyers and such nonsense but then, we are all not as reasonable as I. Enjoy!

Win A Divorce with Marital Affair

Competition offers entrants the chance to save £1,800 on legal fees towards a divorce, the UK dating site for people seeking extra-marital affairs, is giving away a divorce, with the prize covering legal fees up to 1,800.

The competition is being launched after a study by Aviva found the average divorce costs a whopping 28,000, with 1,800 ofthat spent on legal fees.

The most recent figures from the Office of National Statistics, released in November 2010, show divorce rates increased by 4.9% compared to 12 months previously – the first rise in divorce rates in eight years.

Additionally, ONS figures also reveal the rate of divorce is now 200 times higher than 100 years ago,despite the rate of marriage being comparatively lower.

Paul Graham, Managing Director of, said: “People have an increasing desire to make the most of their lives, and if that means moving on to a new relationship then so be it. To make things more difficult, many people feel compelled to cheat because they can’t afford the legal fees associated with filing for divorce.

“We’re giving someone who isn’t happy in their marriage a ‘get-out clause’ from the costly process of ending it.”

For more information ‘Like’ the Win a Divorce Facebook page.

To enter the competition, which ends on Friday, August 31, visit delivers a dating arena for those looking for adult dating and extra-marital relations.

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