More married women are having breast enhancement surgery as part of the divorce process.
An article in the Telegraph states that more married women are having breast enhancement surgery as part of the divorce process.
“For most couples caught up in a divorce the prospect of dividing the property or making arrangements for the children are more than enough to worry about.
But for surprising numbers of British couples one seemingly unlikely expense is being viewed as an essential part of the separation process – plastic surgery.
Divorce lawyers have noticed a marked increase in seperations involving significant expense on cosmetic surgery including cases where the wife spends a significant slice of the initial settlement on treatments such as liposuction and breast enhancements.
One such firm, JMW Solicitors, based in Manchester, says it now handles dozens of such cases every year.
The firm, which handles about 300 separations annually, calculates that between five and 10 per cent of its caseload over the last three years involved cosmetic surgery.”
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