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Divorce Statistics: Should You Wait To Tie The Knot?

Divoree Rates on the Rise Summarios from 1996 U.S. Consus Bureau Report Divorce Statistics The National Center for Health Statistics reported the U.S. divorce rate for the 2001 calendar marriages per capita. (June 2004) year is 47.6% of new marriages per capita. The most recent report indicates a divorce rate of 50.6% of new Most adults have married only once Half of those that remarry after a divorce from a first marriage do so within about 3 years. By Age & Gender Most people who have ever divorced are currently married. Should You Wait to Tie the Knot? 50% 44- 52% (40%) Percentago of Men & Women Never Married, By Age Between 44 and 52% of first marriages for women under age 45 may end in divorce. 40% of men and women from 45-55 years old had divorced from their first marriage already in 1996. About 50% of first marriages for men under age 45 may end in divorce. Texas Statistics For more information on divorce, please visit http://dallas.zdfamilylaw.com. O 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Age 20-24 I Age 25-29 IAge 30-34 IAge 35-44 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 B0 Age 20-24 I Age 25-29 I Age 30-34 Number of Divorces There were 79,469 divorces reported to the Vital Statistics Unit in 2006, a increase of 4.6% from the 75,980 divorces reported for 2005. Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau IAge 35-44 Men Women ZSD Crude Divorce Rate The crude divorce rate for 2006 was 3.4 per 1,000 residents. Postponemont of Marriage For men, 48.3% of divorces occurred in the 30-44 Men vs. Women age group, while for women 50.4% were in the 25- Since 1975. the median age for first marriage has increased more than 3 full years for men and women, climbing to 27.1 years for men and 24.8 years for women in 1996. This trend is increasing since 1996 as the median age for first marriage in 2000 was 26.8 for men and 25.1 for Zinda&Davis 39 age group. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW women.

Divorce Statistics: Should You Wait To Tie The Knot?

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The National Center for Health Statistics reported the U.S. divorce rate for the 2001 is 47.6% of new marriages per capita.

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