Imagine how much it will cost you to file for a divorce or go through with a divorce with your spouse. It is going to cost an average of $18,400 in over 8 months of attending to hearings and all. Plus, the alarming report says that 50% of the marriage in the U.S. don’t last very long, couples ended up going separate ways. People must think several times and must be rational before deciding to get married with someone for it should be a commitment that should last forever.
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Average Cost of Divorce Now Reached To $18,400
41% Of First Time Couple End Up in a Divorce
With the kind of culture that Americans have, marriages seem to not last forever. In fact, data revealed that 41% of marriages end up in a divorce. 60% of second marriages end in divorce, then 70% of third marriages end in divorce. And then, 75% of children usually live with their mother after the divorce. The lesson here would be to think a lot of times before entering into the bond of marriage. For it would be worthless if after all it will just be destroyed.
American Divorce Decree
Facts Surrounding The Divorces in America
Couples who have lived together before marriage are likely to get divorced. More so, an average of 8 years marriages are nullified. However, study reveals that 6% of divorced individuals ended up remarrying each other. But the sad part for those who have separated for good is that 65% of divorced mothers don’t receive child support. More so, 70% of divorced children see such legal separation as the remedy to marital challenges.
U.S. Divorce Decree
The Percentages That End In Divorce
The more marriages you have been into the more likely you are going to get a divorce. 41% of those who got married the first time would end up getting divorced, 60% for those who got married twice and 73% for those who got married the third time. So, it goes without saying that the more relationships you have had the more it is that you eventually get separated from that person. The reason is yet to be studied but that’s the actual percentages now for those that end in divorce.
Divorce Percentages Decree
The Truth To Know Behind Child Support
The non-custodial parent gets to pay for the child support depending on his or her income. However, based on reports not all of these non-custodial parents did pay for the said support. In fact, on the 12.5 million parents, only three quarters can afford the payments. Child support must be agreed upon in good faith, parents who are splitting must have an amicable divorce in order to fairly provide their children the things that they need more especially for their future needs.