In years past, divorce lawyers could almost always count on increased business after ringing in the New Year. After all, the weeks following the holiday rush were the perfect time for couples on the rocks to finally split up while avoiding the impact of a Christmastime divorce on their children.

But in 2009, the rules have changed for many divorce attorneys. The economic downturn seems to have given many couples second thoughts about untying the knot.

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