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New year, stale marriage? Divorce Day brings surge in filings

Some ring in the new year with champagne at midnight. Others wait a week and partake in "Divorce Day."

The day - which comes across like a made-up, faux holiday to celebrate the ending of once-stated nuptials - actually refers to the first post-holidays Monday when law firms receive a spike in

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