Divorce Lawyer Offers Free Weddings

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February 12, 2013

Most marriages end in the office of a divorce lawyer, but this Valentine's Day, Rob Hagy is ready to celebrate the union of marriage. He is planning and paying for your wedding.

Rob Hagy, a Charlottesville Divorce Lawyer, said, "We do see the heartache. We'd like to do something constructive instead of destructive, with regards to a marriage."

Most girls dream of walking down an aisle in a big church on their wedding day. Come Thursday, Hagy will show us his different idea of what a wedding could look like.

The ceremonies will be held at Hagy's Charlottesville office. There will be an officiant ready to tie the knot from 9:30 am to 7:00 pm.

"We will have the office decorated, as I call it appropriately, in a Valentine's slash wedding theme," said Hagy. "We will be giving out roses to the ladies who come and also sharing some chocolates with them as well."

Hagy is planning for many spontaneous, non-traditional couples who are ready to say "I do" while saving a few bucks.

Hagy said, "We hope that we are going to make some special memories for the couples who choose to participate on Valentine's Day."

No one has yet to sign up but Hagy is hoping for couple young and old who are ready to get married or renew their vows to participate in the free event.

Hagy said, "The real lesson to be learned is that there are certain times when it's better to promote the relationship than it is to dismantle it."

By taking part in Hagy's route of getting your marriage license paid for, you will be saving 30 dollars and the stress of planning the big day.

If you're interested, call Rob Hagy's office at (434) 293- 4562.



 
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