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Marriage Foundation: Trying to reduce the divorce rate in the UK

The idea came about from ;Paul Coleridge, a family law specialist and High Court judge, who was concerned about the high rate of divorce, single parent households and its lasting effects on children and adolescents. ;

Aside from the financial and psychological costs of divorce, the foundation wants to reduce the human and social price of separating families. In its website, ; www.marriagefoundation.org.uk, it claims that 70 percent of young offenders come from single parent families. But instead of just focusing on the negative effects of divorce, the foundation is focusing on the positive side of marriage. From stability, to higher incomes, to an overall healthy family life. ;

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