It sounds silly, but give it time. People like me may not be well – we collect stuff on the web; from dating sites, to forums, social media groups, entire libraries of reading material for every occasion and finally, personal blogs. I started out with one; now I have three. In a bid to try and curb my appetite for all things more-ish, Researching Reform has been a work in progress for many months but it has now become home to Divorce Manual, which started out life on Blogger.
As of today, Researching Reform will be the parent site for the collection/ obsession that is family law in cyberspace and whilst Blogger will always hold sentimental value for introducing me to the world wide web (as well as holding the countless posts I just don’t have the heart to delete), Researching Reform is officially taking over.
Thank you so much for taking the time to read the thoughts on these blogs and I hope very much that you will follow Researching Reform right up until the time when its author gets arrested (which is bound to happen, considering that this site does tend to go contra flow to what’s already been established in the field of family law).
Over and out to lunch.
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