Research reported in The New York Times suggests that about one-third of current marriages will end in divorce - not the 50% statistic you've likely heard time and time again.
Unfortunately, that means there's still a decent chance you and your partner will split up, even after pledging lifelong devotion to each other. That idea leaves room for a lot of questions:
What makes a Massachusetts divorce more likely? What will happen to our kids if we do split up? What will happen to my health?
To help address some of these queries, after years of research on the predictors and consequences of marital dissolution here are the most intriguing findings.
Keep in mind that all these studies offer general takeaways about modern relationships - no one can predict with 100% accuracy what will happen to yours.
Should you be in the midst of a divorce or contemplating divorce, contact the Law Offices of Renee Lazar either through email or telephone 978-844-4095 to schedule a FREE one hour no obligation consultation.