Hopefully their divorce won't be too costly. Lucky Chicago residents have one less divorce worry: council members are passing a law that would deny the city about $2 million in tax revenue, but would save divorcing couples from being taxed on real estate transfers. Chicago Tribune.
Moving on (because some of us haven't yet reached the divorced lovestage), if you're in your 20s or 30s, living at home and fear that parental supervision is hurting your love life, try going on TV! RealityWanted.com.
But if you're in Japan and under 18, sorry: dating cafes in Kyoto might start preventing you from entering. What are dating cafe? Why, cafes that "help men and women with no previous acquaintance have a temporary association," of course. Daily Yomiuri Online.