Dallas, Texas divorce lawyers at Warren & Migliaccio are very familiar with divorce in the United States. They understand that divorce rates are high (Divorce.com reports that 49 percent of U.S. marriages end in divorce), and can effectively represent clients through the divorce process.
Some cultures even have distinct rituals set forth for divorce proceedings. Take a look at these unique divorce customs as outlined in a Huffington Post article earlier this year:
- Unitarian Universalist church – participate in a Ceremony of Hope, in which the parties apologize to each other, their families and their communities.
- Japan – some couples go through a divorce ceremony that may end the ceremony by smashing their wedding rings using a gavel.
- Jing society in China – divorce certificates must be signed away from the home, and the pen used must be thrown out, in an effort to stave off bad luck.
- Mantokuji Temple in Japan – couples may utilize a “divorce toilet.” Each person writes down their thoughts or messages and flushes them down the toilet, a symbolic gesture of their fresh starts.
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