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  • 1. What Can Divorce Do in Life?
    By Sonia Batras
    ESL 106
  • 2. What is Divorce?
    It legally ends a marriage, and partners are free to marry other people , if they want to (Dawn Taylor).
  • 3. History of Divorce
    Babylonia
    Divorce regulation was first introduced by the Code of Hammurabi in ancient Babylonia.
    United States
    In 1701 the state of Maryland in the United States declared divorce legal.
    In 1949-50, South Carolina declared divorce legal.
    In 1970 the state of Alabama in the United States legalized the no-fault divorce.
    Canada
    In the 1960s Canada legalized divorce (Molly Kalafut).
  • 4. What is the Reaction of People In Divorce?
    People that are against divorce:
    Children will suffer from their parents divorced.
    Divorce makes the family disjointed.
    People that are with divorce:
    It’s better for the couples and children.
    They will finish their arguments in front of children .
  • 5. The Two Sides of Divorce:
    With
    Children can adapt with divorce life quickly.
    Against
    Parents don’t think of their children when they divorce.
  • 6. Think of me :’(
  • 7. Conclusion
    People have be more serious with marriage to prevent divorce in the future, and protect their children from being victims of abuse and neglect. If they really love their children, they wouldn’t fight in front of them all the time. And think that marriage means to live with the one that you love forever.
  • 8. References
    Kalafut, Molly. “History of Divorce.” N. P., N. D., Web. 24, May 2011.
    http://molly.kalafut.org/marriage/divorce.html
    Dr. Taylor, Dawn. “Whyzz expert.” N. P., N. D., Web. 24, May 2011.
    http://www.whyzz.com/what-is-divorce

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