For all those who have ever found themselves in an escalating argument with their spouse over which fabric softener to buy, supermarkets may be about to offer the ultimate solution ­ instore divorces. A Law Society shake-up, planned for September, will lift the ban on lawyers practising from anywhere other than a registered law firm, and free them to set up shop at their nearest supermarket. Tesco is already planning to offer a range of legal services at its larger stores. It is looking at either hiring its own solicitors to work in stores, or allowing concessions to operate on its premises. So now, as well as picking up your Brussels sprouts, you'll be able to make your last will and testament. {{COUNTERPOINT }}