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Last year, 3,274 divorces went through the courts, up 25pc on 2014.This is in line with last year's figures and experts say it is an indication people have more financial ''wriggle-room'' to end an unhappy marriage.We met in 1990, when my friend became Sinead’s manager and she recorded Prince’s "Nothing Compares 2 U", becoming an international star with a highly acclaimed second album.Steve Fargnoli (who previously managed Prince) became like her father and best friend, a charming and tolerant man.
"People are able to afford a divorce now," said Mr Power.
"The evidence would suggest people are in a better financial situation now because you are trying to run two households (after a separation or divorce).
"Couples in a situation where they were making decisions to be legally separated would have been putting that off until financial stability returned. "I think that is why you also see a decline in judicial separation figures at the height of the recession and now that we are coming out of the recession we are seeing a rise in divorce rates." Current divorce rates are still 11pc off the 2007 peak.
It was definitely due to the recession." Figures compiled by the Court Service and Central Statistics Office (CSO) show the number of divorce orders granted in recent years has increased since the recession ended.
Mr Power predicts this upward trend will continue and more couples will opt for dissolution of marriage as the economy recovers.
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