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How Credit History Can Predict Divorce

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A Kansas State University researcher (Sonya Britt, assistant professor of family studies and human services and program director of personal financial planning) discovered that couples who argue about money in the beginning stages of a relationship are the likely to get divorced. The study was originally published in Family Relations Journal in 2012 and looked at long-term data from over …

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What Does The Length Of Marriage Mean To A Divorce Case

What Does The Length of Marriage Mean To A Divorce Case?

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When going through a divorce, there are many factors that figure into what ultimately happens. Every divorce is different, and a judge will make a ruling based on many factors including whether or not children are involved, the income disparity between spouses, educational disparity, the events leading to the divorce and how long the couple has been married. Length of …

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How Poverty Exacerbates Divorce and Vice Versa

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As more American families are climbing out of the Great Recession and trying to get back on track with regard to their financial situations, divorce rates in the United States resumed their gradual decline since their peaks in the 1980s. The widely mentioned 50 percent divorce rate has already been debunked by sociologists and demographers, but there is a chance …

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Child Support Statistics 2014

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The national statistics associated with non-payment of child support betray a pressing societal issue. The prevalence of “deadbeat parents” has led to many children spending their formative years in poverty and uncertainty. According to research, parents who shirk the financial responsibility of child support may create for their children a home environment where the custodial parent must struggle to provide …

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Baby Boomers' Impact On The Rise In Divorce Cases

Baby Boomers’ Impact On The Rise In Divorce Cases

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A study conducted by researchers at the University of Minnesota clarified some key points about divorce in America and went against the traditional narrative regarding divorce’s relative rarity post-1970s. It looked at divorce among different age groups rather than simply tracking divorce over time, providing a more nuanced look at how couples have built their lives in the past 50 …

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Best And Worst States to File Divorce In

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There many different factors to consider during a divorce, including child custody, child support, filing fees, alimony and property division, to name a few. Deciding which state is best or worst to file a divorce in may vary, depending on which factors are the most important to the individuals who are seeking the separation. However, many divorces have a lot …

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Do 50% of Marriages Really End In Divorce? – United States Divorce Statistics

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Many experts estimate that about end in divorce. A 2009 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study found that the marriage rate was 6.8 marriages per 1,000 adults while the divorce rate was 3.6 divorces per 1,000 adults. This means that the rate of divorces was about 53 percent of the rate of marriages. However, this is an oversimplified way …

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