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'Divorce Corp' Exposes the Seedy Business Side of Splitting Up

You’d think that after functioning for a couple hundred years in the U.S., divorce courts would have developed a streamlined, relatively inexpensive process for ending a marriage. But that’s not the case, says “Divorce Corp” director Joseph Sorge.

'Divorce Corp' Exposes the Seedy Business Side of Splitting Up

You’d think that after functioning for a couple hundred years in the U.S., divorce courts would have developed a streamlined, relatively inexpensive process for ending a marriage. But that’s not the case, says “Divorce Corp” director Joseph Sorge.

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