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Does Being Rich Increase Your Risk of Divorce?

Does Being Rich Increase Your Risk of Divorce?

Does your socioeconomic status really have a large part to play when it comes to your risk of divorce? Research shows that there are a number of factors that will increase your risk of divorce, and money is one major issue. Money is the leading cause of stress in a...
How To Use Science To Prevent Divorce

How To Use Science To Prevent Divorce

If you’re thinking of entering into a serious relationship or contemplating marriage, you may be interested to know that science has come up with some accurate ways to predict divorce. These predictions have way higher accuracy than you might think — and the...
Children’s Best Interests at Heart of New Report

Children’s Best Interests at Heart of New Report

Children’s best interests should be front and centre in the middle of custody battles and they should have a say in where they live, according to the Queensland’s child rights watchdog. Chief Commissioner of the state government’s Family and Child Commission,...
How Education Can Reduce Your Risk of Divorce

How Education Can Reduce Your Risk of Divorce

New studies have found that the more highly educated you are, the lower your risk of divorce. Researchers at the National Center for Health Statistics estimate that 78% of college-educated women who married for the first time between 2006 and 2010 could expect their...
Best Age To Get Married To Reduce Divorce Risk

Best Age To Get Married To Reduce Divorce Risk

What’s the best age for marriage if you want to reduce your divorce risk? Experts from the University of Utah have revealed the best age to get hitched. The study analysed data from 2006-2010 and the 2011-2013 National Survey of Family Growth and found those who...