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When is National Conscious Uncoupling Day? This day will take place on January 21 of each calendar year.

What is National Conscious Uncoupling Day? Divorce rates increase after the holidays and around tax return time. Often because of the stresses a couple faces over the holidays, and the using the tax refund to begin the divorce process or new life.

Conscious uncoupling allows couples to learn how to split as amicably as possible and in a way that is best for children and as emotionally positive as a relationship split can be. Having a national day that promotes amicable splitting or divorce will help spread the word that it doesn’t have to be nasty, contentious, expensive, and long. It will also help raise awareness for alternate divorce resolutions like mediation, agreements, and other non litigation options.

Why is this day being celebrated? Having the day after the holidays and before tax returns are received will help couples during the highest divorce time of the year and before they spend their tax return on expensive litigation (which often happens).

How should this day be celebrated or observed? This day can be observed by showing awareness of alternate dispute resolution programs, counseling options, and other ways to divorce without litigation. Also by holding seminars and clinics sharing the possibilities of a friendly divorce—something that seems almost like an oxymoron right now—but is a real possibility with the right information and tools.

Who created this day? This day was created in November 2020 by King Law Firm Attorneys at Law, Inc.