The Main Cause Of Divorce In The United States
Atlanta, GA -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/18/2013 -- As it has been noted, the sudden spike of in the rate of divorce cases is not only alarming in the United States but in all countries worldwide as well. This is due to the fact that divorce these days is viable and feasible regardless if the couples wanting to a seek separation are newly married, middle-aged or seniors. Couples at around 50 years of age have had a rate of divorce at a staggering 25% among the total percentage of couples that sought a divorce since 2009. And the number of older couples that had divorce on that year was estimated to go beyond 600,000 in the United States.
This is pretty much surprising to the professionals who have been studying the underlying and ongoing plague that caused several couples to file for divorce.
A certain study was made and variations of results, reasons and hypothesis were gathered so as to be the main cause for the problem. And what’s more surprising is the fact that it wasn’t the marriage itself that has gone worse but some other factors that have compelled and caught struggling couples’ interests.
The introduction of no fault divorces. This has given any of the spouses the right to claim and make a plea in court that all they need is to get a divorce for no specific reason, or if there are reasons it doesn’t necessary make sense. Instead of trying to patch things up during marriage’s challenging times and finding the strength to remain committed the introduction of no fault divorces may have pushed couples to end their relationships quicker by giving them the ability to file for no fault divorce.
Having said that, it is then now very apparent why there is a sudden increase in the rate of divorce cases. How to solve this growing issue of the society that greatly affects each family will only depend on the willingness of both parties involved to slow down and be patient to solve their marital issues accordingly instead of hastening the process.
Although divorce is never the ideal situation for any couples who once dreamt of spending the remainder of their lives together. Our Atlanta divorce attorneys at the SLF Law Divorce Firm fully understand the emotional impact a divorce will have on a couple. It’s always their hope that couples can first reconcile and if not, it’s the goal of the law firm. To have the divorce settled as soon as possible, lessening the emotional burden that both spouses have to deal with.
To learn more about the issues involved in a divorce visit www.divorceattorneyinatlanta.org.
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