divorce court


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Noun1.divorce court - a court having jurisdiction over the termination of marriage contractsdivorce court - a court having jurisdiction over the termination of marriage contracts
court, judicature, tribunal - an assembly (including one or more judges) to conduct judicial business
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divorce court

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You are not like these fools of Englishmen who go to sleep when they are married, and wake in the divorce court.
When poor Southwark got into the divorce court, their indignation was quite magnificent.
Dalroy had come down, it seemed, to snuff up the scent of a scandal which might very well end in the Divorce Court, but which was at present hovering between Grey Cottage and Pendragon Park.
But he gave it up directly, and began to think of the Divorce Court.
He wouldn't let me know any of his men friends, except those who were over seventy, like poor Lord Ashton: who afterwards, by the way, was brought into the Divorce Court.
Many couples who began marriage madly in love ended in the divorce courts.
And after that, for a weary time, I did the police and divorce courts.
There they do not allow the details of the trials that take place in the divorce courts to be published for the amusement or criticism of the public.
The custody of dependents, the vast majority of whom are children aged 18 and under, was granted through divorce court proceedings in 27% of 2003 divorces.
Or perhaps she's worried about her parents' constant fighting and fears they're headed for divorce court.
FOX's daytime programming is supplied mainly from the acquisition of syndicated shows such as Ricki Lake, Jerry Springer, Judge Hatchett, and Divorce Court.