Female Lawyer Celebrates Ending Over 30 Marriages: "My Dream Was To Marry Before The Age of 30"

Female Lawyer Celebrates Ending Over 30 Marriages: "My Dream Was To Marry Before The Age of 30"

  • A divorce attorney got the internet buzzing as she celebrated her career achievement since clocking 30
  • According to the lawyer, she has officially ended more than 30 marriages, despite not achieving her marital dream
  • Social media users swooned at her post as people shared their thoughts on the rise in divorces and her marital dream

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A female lawyer, @LoloMaswanganyi, has celebrated officially ending more than 30 marriages at the age of 30.

The divorce attorney revealed on Twitter that it was her dream to get married before 30, but that did not happen.

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The divorce attorney said she has ended over 30 marriages. Photo Credit: @LoloMaswanganyi
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"My dream was to get married before the age of 30 and now that I’m 30 I’ve officially ended more than 30 marriages. Your Divorce Attorney," she wrote.

Her tweet gained massive traction as people celebrated her career feat. When someone asked her what was responsible for the surge in divorce, the lawyer replied:

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"30 is a very small number.
"80% of my divorce cases the plaintiffs were males."

See her tweet below:

Netizens react to the lawyer's tweet

@Thembaleth28799 said:

"I wonder how you feel when you have to give legal advice for those couple. I understand that you are human being I am sure sometimes it affects you emotional even though it's a career to you. But handling issues of divorce must hard."

@PeterPe26234483 said:

"So basically you hv failed at achieving you dream of getting married at 30 and now that you are 30 you are doing a great job as a divorce attorney."

@ZTD699 said:

"Sitting in court listening or working through divorce proceedings is a spiritual and psychologically tiring exercise. I wish I had another option."

@Nkomos12 said:

"My lawyer was in tears when my dirvoce case ended I was worried by him more than my divorce."

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@Seipati_Sanity said:

"I know you're doing your Job sis.
"But dam.n! 30? Yoh.. my question to you is what is the biggest thing causing marriages to end?"

@RobertMakwinja4 said:

"We don't end marriages counsel. We simply help our clients reach an amicable solution to their marital issues. One of the solutions is going their separate ways..."

@Dessydee16owl said:

"A friend of mine in Mpumalanga is a magistrate, he says he is forever busy with divorce cases. People hate each other so bad so he just authorize their wishes.
"Meanwhile those getting married are just a handful.
"So sad."

D- Black eulogized late lawyer

Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that Ghanaian musician Desmond Kwesi Blackmore, known in showbiz as D-Black, has paid tribute to the late Cynthia Quarcoo.

D-Black said Ms Quarcoo was a motherly figure while giving sound legal advice.

He revealed that Cynthia Quarcoo won his first-ever court case and kept him out of trouble for the rest of her years.

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