October 19, 2017

Divorce in 2011 Under a Microscope

Until now there has been scarce research determining how couples actually decide to divorce, or why they sometimes change their minds. New research shows there’s a lot of uncertainty even among couples who have already filed.  Recent Census data also indicates the recession has caused fewer divorce filings than when the economy was strong.  Read more, including the top reasons people divorce today, with “growing apart,” “poor communication,” and “how a spouse handles money” as the three most common reasons.

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