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Divorce Rate in America Reaches Lowest Rate in Years

While many Michigan residents continue to consider divorce, a recent article in Bloomberg reported that the U.S. divorce rate has reached “its lowest level in more than 35 years,” and is on a three-year decline. This information comes from data released by the National Center for Family & Marriage Research at Bowling Green State University, which analyzes data from the…

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Women and Gray Divorce Complications

While recent studies have shown that overall divorce rates in America are declining, there is evidence that suggests more older adults are filing for divorce than ever before. A few years ago, a report authored by Susan L. Brown and I-Fen Lin, two sociologists at Bowling Green State University, discussed what the researchers described as “The Gray Divorce Revolution,” or…

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What You Need to Divorce in Michigan

Making the decision to divorce the person you envisioned at your side for the rest of your life is never easy and frequently brings up a mixture of strong emotions. Divorce is almost always the last resort after all other options of saving the relationship have failed. Such decisions are particularly difficult when the couple has been married a significant…

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Unique Issues in Late-Life Divorce

Once a marriage hits the 20-year mark, most people would assume the couple will remain together for the remainder of their lives. Typically, long-lasting marriages serve as a point of pride for these couples because it is seen as more rare in today's society, and thus is more celebrated. This assumption, though, is not reflected in the age group with…

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The Basics of Property Division in Michigan Divorces

Couples typically start amassing property very early in a relationship, and this accumulation increases dramatically as soon as a couple gets engaged and begins planning the wedding in earnest. At this point, they start to receive gifts from friends and relatives, in addition to their own purchases, toward helping the couple build a household together. Once married, joint purchases tend…

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New Law Helps Domestic Violence Victims in Divorce

The reasons behind a person's decision to divorce can run the gamut from infidelity to incompatibility to substance abuse, but one of the most disturbing and tragic justifications for ending a marriage are allegations of domestic violence. In situations where domestic violence is present, even mentioning the possibility of divorce may provoke an attack, so victims are often forced to…

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