Customers will now be able to pick up the quickie divorce kit when they hit the store for a pint of milk or bag of sugar. The Co-op family law service will be available through all its 2,800 supermarkets and 350 bank branches.
Those who are in the market to protect their assets before tying the knot can also purchase a pre-nuptial agreement for a slightly pricier £950.
The service will take the sting out of the solicitors fees usually associated with divorce but campaigners believe this practice could make splitting up all too easy. Sir Paul Coleridge, of The Marriage Foundation, said: "Where possible, we believe people should 'mend it, not end it!'"
There are no less than eight varieties of divorce on offer, ranging from £99 to £475. The packs contain a guide on how to handle the break up and all the forms to make it legally binding.
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