Former Playboy model and controversial lawyer discusses The 48 Hour Divorce - National Sex & Relationships

You searched one or more of the words divorce, Playboy and model, not necessarily in that order, and stumbled across this article. So now youre intrigued, wondering how this fits together. Perhaps you typed in divorce because you are at the edge of your marriage, and a final split is the best and only outcome. Divorce is never an easy decision, but Corri Fetman, former Playboy model and columnist and controversial divorce attorney, recently embarked on a new business venture that dissolves a marriage within 48 hours, at what she claims is a fraction of a typical divorce case. Corri provided Examiner.com an exclusive interview Monday, where she highlighted who the best candidates are for The 48 Hour Divorce System.



Known for the provocative Chicago billboard, "Life's Short, Get a Divorce," which raised quite a few eyebrows and gained national exposure in 2007, divorce attorney Corri Fetman is no stranger to controversy. After working for Playboy as an online advice columnist, Fetman sued an executive for sexual harassment. Shortly thereafter, the magazine filed suit against Corri for continuing use of the phrase Lawyer of Love, which was the label Playboy administered for the advice column she wrote for its website.

Outlined according to an attorneys argument, Corri Fetman provided a thoroughly detailed explanation of The 48 Hour Divorce System, which works for reasonable people who are willing to attempt to work together towards the common goal of reaching an expedited settlement. Although based out of Chicago, the divorce with dignity method is available for both residents of Illinois and those that live out of state.

The concept of The 48 Hour Divorce System arrived after many years of practicing law. In that time Corri noticed, The downturn in the economy forced couples to live unhappily ever after and unable to afford a lengthy divorce. In addition, court dockets are over crowded due to lengthy and never ending divorce and custody cases. Fetman went on to detail how costly lengthy divorces are, both financially and emotionally, which rips families apart and negatively affects children.

The 48 Hour Divorce System provides an alternative to protracted litigation that gives people a mechanism by which to negotiate and craft the terms of their own settlement, move on with their lives, save time and money and divorce with dignity.

The cost of a 48 Hour Divorce is a fraction of a typical divorce case, says Corri Fetman, founder. A typical divorce case could last from six months to two years, with specific circumstances of custody issues, etc. expending over $100,000.

The 48 Hour Divorce System not only saves time, but also allows the pair to move on with their lives with substantial savings in attorneys fees and costs.

While divorce itself is never simple, the process of The 48 Hour Divorce System is for the couple. After working together intensely for a 48-hour period of time, the attorneys are required to draft a settlement agreement and schedule a court date for the impending divorce. During this period of time, a couple can opt not to pursue the divorce. However Corri Fetman says, couples do not take divorce lightly. By the time one or both have reached the point where they want to proceed with a divorce, they have been suffering for a very long time, tried counseling and have taken numerous steps to try to make their marriage work.