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Though January is often declared as “Divorce Month,” a new study reveals that the most common months for divorce filings are March and August. March and August Deemed “Divorce Months” Study results recently released by the University of Washington Researchers might prove that March and August are the new “Divorce Months.” Prior to the study,

Divorce or Marriage Crisis?

Wednesday, 18 January 2017 by

We all know divorce is a common occurrence in Hollywood. We see it in the tabloids whenever we’re in line at local grocery stores or othis places with magazine stands. These tabloids routinely announce the latest divorces and how much the divorcing celebrity spouses will receive as part of the divorce settlement. A few years

Age Might Factor Into Divorce

Monday, 09 February 2015 by

According to research found by a 2014 study you should wait till age 23 to move in or marry. Age is actually a big factor in determining divorce. Study Investigated What Leads to Divorce Arielle Kuperberg, a sociologist at the University of North Carolina, Greensboro gathised marriage status data for over 7,000 married Americans from 11

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Apparently, the tossed around “fact” that “half of all marriages end in divorce” is not true. What? A recent piece published in the New York Times’ blog section, “Upshot” suggests that not only is he divorce rate not 50%, but that divorce rates are actually falling, and have been for the last two decades. But