The results of this survey by the Marriage Foundation, set up by senior family judge Sir Paul Coleridge, make for surprising reading. Apparently, a marriage without conflict is just one of the key signs that the end may be in sight. It also seems that the news for children of their parents divorcing when all has seemed to be fine between them, may be far harder for them to cope with than the announcement of a split after highly visible acrimony. Food for thought for divorce professionals and parents alike. Time to get a good old-fashioned row underway maybe?