Another lethality of the new coronavirus: more broken marriages

Although the official data of Canada’s Statistics Bureau will not be released in a few months, information gathered from divorce lawyers, counselors, financial advisors and even moving companies shows that more Canadian couples or cohabiting partners decided to break up during the COVID-19

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The family law firm founded by Russell Alexander, an Ontario divorce lawyer, has seven offices across the province

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In an interview with CBC, he said that since the outbreak of COVID-19, they have recruited five new lawyers, because customers increased by 30%

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He said that in ordinary times, there are always many marriages that end up breaking up

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But the epidemic seems to have led some of his customers to see the other side of his spouse—– AD———-, a senior advertising position, George, a Ottawa financial adviser, said that most of her customers before COVID-19 were a couple who consulted the family’s economic situation in

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But now, 80% of her clients are women, either preparing for a divorce or just divorcing, so she needs to rebuild herself

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In an interview with Radio Canada, Pierre Olivier Cyr, owner of Quebec’s moving company, said: ‘this year’s moving season has been extremely busy

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He noted that only one of the couples had moved away more customers than in previous years

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George analysis said that many couples usually busy all day for livelihood and children

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But the epidemic has brought the world to a standstill, and they have a lot more time to think about life

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On the other hand, the epidemic makes people realize that life is short—– Ad: This is a high-level advertising space.

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