Monday, November 15, 2010

Can You Pass Me the "Divorce Section" of the Paper?

From strollerderby:

The Huffington Post has reported that it is developing a “divorce vertical,” dedicated to the topic of life after marriage. The premise, as the founding editor Nora Ephron puts it, “is that marriage is for some time but divorce is forever.”

“If you want to know about planning a wedding or things like that, there are so many places for people to go, but there isn’t one go-to place around divorce,” says Editor-in-Chief Arianna Huffington.

The section will be dedicated to topics like dating and raising children after divorce. And given that half of U.S. marriages doesn’t last, it makes sense that articles and input from contributors on the subject would be helpful and popular.

Huffington says part of her inspiration for the section was the feedback she got after writing a blog post on vacationing with her ex-husband.

Read more here.

MR

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Comments

great idea, unending market.

Posted by: Cary | Nov 16, 2010 8:14:37 AM

This is a great collection. I read many of these, but it’s nice to discover a lot of new resources. Congratulations to all!

Posted by: Family Law | Nov 23, 2010 7:51:54 PM

When couples think up creative ways to expand the boundaries of the marriage, the relationship turns very complicated very fast...but I do agree, we have come to expect to much of contemporary marriage.

Posted by: melbourne lawyers | Jun 8, 2011 12:21:41 AM

'Marriage is for some time, but divorce is forever' LOL...very creative!!!

Posted by: Tulsa Divorce Attorneys | Sep 16, 2011 5:15:18 PM

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