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The curious case of the Villiers’ ‘divorce tourism’

 If you ask me, divorce doesn’t really sound like my kind of summer holiday, but as we have heard over the past couple of decades, England and Wales is well established as one of the most favourable destinations for divorce and financial settlements.

Is England welcoming more and more divorcing wives from other jurisdictions who seek more favourable settlements, head to Spear's Wealth Management Magazine to find out.

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