John Crouch, a long-time family-law and estate-planning lawyer, has collected a number divorce…
Researchers at the University of Buffalo followed 634 newlywed couples over nine years of marriage and found that spouse's alcohol consumption patterns and compatibility had an affect on the strength of their marriage.
Research compiled from the General Social Survey found that the number of siblings you grow up with impacts your marriage in adulthood. According to the study, the more siblings you have, the less likely for your marriage to end in divorce.
The rate of military divorces in the US dipped by 3.5% in 2012 and 3.7% in 2011.
Despite overwhelming statistical evidence that suggests the contrary, 86% of Americans aged 18-29 who were surveyed by the Clark University Poll of Emerging Adults expect their marriage to last a lifetime.
The Pew Economic Mobility Project’s looked at changes in Americans’ income patterns over the past 40 years.
January 7, 2010. US Divorce Statistics through 2009 Rank …
According to researchers at the University of Virginia, the recession has transformed the way men and women experience marriage – and divorce.
According to a recent survey, contrary to expectations, 78% of 2,000 women in their mid-20s plan on getting married – even though their parents’ relationship didn’t last.