Mobile devices being used to end marriages on the rise
London: Twenty-five thousand people from the UK will be using mobiles, PCs and tablets to get divorced from their spouse in 2013, a survey has suggested.
Number of people who are taking the help of online services for separation from their spouses has increased by 26 percent, since legal changes in April made it the cheaper and easier option, the Sun reported.
Two thirds of people who use the device for separation are men and by January next year it has been estimated that 20 percent divorcing couples will start doing it themselves.
DivorceDepot.co.uk said that 65 percent of all UK divorce applications are by women.
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