Relationships that Begin Online Less Likely to End in Divorce

A new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found that more than one-third of American marriages began with an online relationship, and those marriages were less likely to end in divorce than relationships that began in person. Although the party funding the study (eHarmony) had ...

Study Shows Alcohol’s Impact on Divorce

Many couples are snatching up dinner reservations as Valentine’s Day creeps closer, but the amount of alcohol consumed on these dates may indicate how successful the relationship will be in the long term. The Study A new study out of Norway collected data from nearly 20,000 married couples, and researchers ...

2020-08-27T16:59:33-05:00February 6, 2013|Categories: Divorce, Family Law Blog|Tags: , , , |

Does Cohabitation Before Marriage Increase the Chances of Divorce?

There has been much debate over whether or not living with your significant other before marriage increases the chances of divorce. Numerous studies over the past ten years have produced varying results. A New Study In a recent study published in The Journal of Marriage and Family, researchers Wendy Manning ...

2020-08-27T16:57:36-05:00August 16, 2012|Categories: Divorce, Family Law Blog|Tags: , |