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What Factors Lead to Divorce?

No one gets married with the intention to divorce, but there are some factors that affect the divorce rate more than others. Looking at a number of factors, one blogger pieced together some diversity, inequality, and social change factors that affect whether or not a couple will go the distance or end their marriage.

Education & Other Factors

One of the more important factors in determining whether or not a couple will stay married is their level of education. Divorce is most common among those with less than a college education since this population oftentimes marries younger and are less financially stable than those with college degrees.

Other surprising divorce statistic include:

  • Native Americans and African Americans have the highest divorce rates
  • Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders have the lowest divorce rates
  • Risk of divorce greatest in the first 10 years of marriage
  • The longer a marriage lasts, the more likely it is to keep on lasting
  • The more marriages one person has, the more likely they are to get divorced
  • Different drinking habits increase divorce rate

1.2 million couples, or less than 2% of the married American population, got divorced in 2012. The average rate of divorce can provide important insight into how the American population maneuvers their relationships, but learning how it affects different social groups can help determine what makes marriages last in the larger population. Knowing what may be a factor in divorce can help couples learn what to avoid.

There is no one thing that can predict a divorce, and many times there are a variety of reasons why a couple chooses to end their relationship. When this occurs, having a divorce attorney that will zealously fight for your rights can minimize the impacts of this separation.

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