Hello Joy Division Divorce Attorneys, Bez speaking, how can I help?
Factory Records may be dead and gone, but that doesn't stop people associated with it from raking up the bones of the company in an attempt to make some money on the legacies of Tony Wilson and Ian Curtis. There's club nights, books, compilation albums and now, a divorce attorneys:
Okay, this is almost certainly a fake, but someone really should go into business and set this up? Why? Well, for a start, they could make a killing just from the settlements of all the old gits who used to be signed to Factory who are getting divorced by wives now sick of listening to false anecdotes about imagined salad days of The Hacienda.