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What’s “Fair” in a Divorce?
What’s “Fair” in a Divorce?

Fair means just or appropriate given the circumstances at hand, and in a perfect world, everyone would agree on what’s fair. However, the world is not perfect, and people see things differently. This difference in opinion impacts how people view fairness, as someone’s idea ...

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