Friday, 10 October 2008


A couple, let’s call them Ms I and Mr U.K, used to argue about fish, particularly cod. In time they learned to compromise and share. Now, however, they’ve become openly hostile again. This time it seems the issue is about money. He put some in her accounts and she is claiming that she can’t return it. As a result he’s seized everything he can of hers and isn’t giving it back. There is at least a dialogue going on, but it’s understandably heated.

In the meantime the gossipmongers have got to work and amongst the scurrilous scandal being whipped up about Ms I, I’ve heard that she eats rams’ testicles and believes in elves.

Have you ever wondered why divorce lawyers don’t have more success in resolving matters without undue acrimony?


Den Relojo said...

I have conflicting views about divorce: My moral(istic) upbringing dictates me that it shatters families, while my logical point of view tells me that it is a more efficient way of handling a relationship. But at any rate, do whatever floats your boat.

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Tulsa Divorce Lawyers said...

It sounds like Mr. and Mrs. UK need to take a chill pill :)

Oklahoma City Divorce Attorneys said...

It seems like the majority of divorces these days turn acrimonious.