A new study suggests that women are more likely to initiate divorce than men in heterosexual marriages, but both genders are equally likely to initiate a breakup in a non-marital relationship.
A March 2015 study claiming sick wives are more likely to divorce was retracted when researchers discovered a major flaw in their data coding.
A new study shows that people who marry after age 32 are more likely to divorce than those who marry during their late twenties.
Perks of filing for a same-day divorce include helping to limit client costs.
The popularity of social media in China is to blame for the country’s rising divorce rate, according to new research.
The number of Americans who find divorce morally acceptable is increasing; according to the most recent Gallup poll, moral acceptance of divorce by Americans has increased by 12% since 2001.
Nearly 50% of those participating in a recent survey admitted to checking their partner’s Facebook account behind their partner’s back – and almost 15% indicated that they had contemplated divorce as a result of their partner’s activity on social media.
The Law Offices of William J. Neary recently released an interesting infographic about the cost of divorce in America.
New research suggests that divorced men and women are more likely to have a heart attack than their happily-married counterparts.
New research suggests that stress - such as that experienced by children of divorce - can triple a child’s risk of developing type 1 diabetes.