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February 27, 2010

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naomi reilly

Hello, I'm writing a piece for a British women's magazine on the new trend for marriage contracts in the US. This is where couples are choosing to lock down all the details they expect - cleaning duties, the right time to have children etc - from their marriage in contracts that will hold up in court. I'd love to speak to any women who have done this prior to getting married - please email me at naomireilly@live.co.uk if you can help. Thanks, Naomi

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The challenges of exhausted, working single moms, and stressed out 'Disney' dads are a familiar part of everyday life for the recently divorced adult couple with children.

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