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New research indicates U.S. divorce rate rising

Social scientists often seek to determine and examine emerging trends that may point to significant societal shifts and changes. Often, data from the U.S. Census is relied upon to gather statistics and discover important trends that may then be used to spur change or challenge conventional ways of thinking. Recent research suggests, however, that when it comes to U.S. divorce rates, the data previously referenced may not provide comprehensive or accurate information.

Divorce may be less expensive than before ObamaCare

A divorce attorney knows that a couple may have financial or other reasons to defer a divorce filing. For example, the transition may be easier upon children if the timing is delayed for one or more years. Another reason might be if one spouse is concerned about health coverage after the divorce.

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