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So I made known to my boss then that I was interested in family law, so he brought me to court for divorce cases and he let me read all the case files. It was a legal letter that we wrote for a client and it said: “I'm writing on behalf of my client to inform you to pick up your son at 3pm on some date at school.”Bharati: This was the ex-wife and ex-husband talking to each other. And I was just thinking to myself that it’s so sad that a relationship has broken down so much that you can't even just tell that to each other.You actually have to write a legal letter to tell each other that.They started talking about how her exposure to divorce made her determined to help couples enter successful and lasting marriages.Violet Lim: I did quite a number of attachments at law firms. The females on our app don’t get inundated with creepy pick up lines, because our database is not searchable by members, and the males on our app don’t get their profile buried amongst the sea of other men, because we guarantee that at least one female is looking at their profile and deciding if they want to match up with you, every single day.Our ‘Question & Answer’ style of interaction includes topics such as values, opinions, interests and aspirations.Use the eggs as a simple ingredient for a quick and easy lunch for your kid(s) later in the week!Don’t forget to add some delicious salsa and hummus!
Lim was a trained lawyer and at some point, a human resources practitioner at a bank.It was in these jobs that the idea for a professional dating service came about.She went “On the Record” with Bharati Jagdish about low marriage and high divorce rates in Singapore, making her own marriage work and how the dating industry has evolved.Starting a dating business at the age of 24, Violet Lim went “On the Record” with 938LIVE's Bharati Jagdish about low marriage and high divorce rates in Singapore, making her own marriage work and how the dating industry has evolved. Busy professionals looking for love needed help and she could help provide it.That was 12 years ago, and Violet Lim, now the CEO and co-founder of the Lunch Actually Group, took the plunge into the business at the age of 24, with her then-fiance and now-husband.