I have this divorce client right now (not my choice--my boss knew him) and I just can't wait until his divorce is over. It really shouldn't be that complicated--they own one house and have some retirement accounts, but it's not like they are millionaires--they just like fighting, I guess. So first of all the guy calls me to tell me that his wife was in a bad car accident last week and his questoin is that if she gets a settlement from the accident, can he get part of it? Nice that he's so concerned with her welfare. So I mentioned that it would be hard for him to have his own claim for "loss of consortium" which is the loss of the companionship, society & usually sex of the spouse since they have been living apart for months and already filed for divorce and his answer was 'but we are still having sex." That one just amazed me. I can kind of see that some people who are having an amicable divorce might still have sex sometimes if neither one of them found someone else since they are familiar, but I don't get how people who are at each other's throats arguing about money & who is going to take care of the kids, etc. can still want to have sex.