Why Women File for Divorce More than Men: 5 Theories (Pt. 2)

Why Women File for Divorce More than Men: 5 Theories (Pt. 2)

February 20, 2015

Picking up from Why Women File for Divorce More than Men: 5 Theories (Pt. 1), here, we will continue presenting some of the more commonly accepted theories regarding this interesting social phenomenon. Keep in mind that the discussion herein has been generalized and that, of course, there are often a number of factors that contribute…
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Why Women File for Divorce More than Men: 5 Theories (Pt. 1)

February 10, 2015

Women file for divorce far more often than men do in the U.S., according to the findings of 2000 study published in the American Law and Economics Review. This study, which was entitled “These Boots Are Made for Walking: Why Most Divorce Filers Are Women,” specifically: Analyzed U.S. divorce cases filed from 1867 through 1995…
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Divorce Statistics: A Look at Modern Divorce in the U.S. (Pt. 1)

December 20, 2014

Divorce statistics in recent years have revealed some interesting trends about what issues and factors are impacting modern marriages in the U.S. In this three-part blog series, we will highlight some fascinating divorce statistics (as compiled by various reputable agencies, including the U.S. Census Bureau and the American Community Survey just to name a few)….
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Las Vegas No Longer Divorce Capital

April 11, 2013

Since the day the first settlers arrived in Nevada, the state has had a less than stellar reputation. The state itself is known for its widespread gambling and looser restrictions on some activities than other states. Reno is known as “Sin City” and Las Vegas is known to be a mecca for gambling and quickie…
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