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Wikivorce reaches 10,000 members


Some of our readers may already be familiar with Wikivorce, an online divoce social network. We find the site very useful to follow what is happening at the "grass roots" of the profession (i.e. divorcees themselves) and Peter can often be found lurking in the Pensions section of the forum.

Wikivorce founder, Ian Rispin has recently circulated a press release announcing that membership of the site has now reached the 10,000 mark. Proof, if any is needed, that clients going through a divorce are increasingly arming themselves with information and advice from outside of conventional channels.

This might seem rather unnerving at first, but we see it as a great opportunity to see firsthand what really matters to end clients outside of the sometimes constrained professional/client relationship.

The original press release can be found here

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