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As this pandemic rages on, one story not getting enough attention is the impact of COVID-19 on couples and divorce.

Some stories suggest that with courts having been closed and couples spending more time at home together, many of them may have hit the pause button on moving forward with their divorce. With these folks no longer being pulled in so many different directions, whether it be their kids’ activities or the time they might normally spend commuting to and from the office, this has led them to rediscover the qualities that attracted them to each other in the first place.

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