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Wife Diagnosed With Chronic Or Terminal Illness

Marriages Break Up More When A Wife Is Diagnosed With Chronic Or Terminal Illness [Study]

The decision to file for divorce is a challenging one in its natural state, but when it comes to terminal or chronic illness, it’s even tougher. Yet that hasn’t stopped some marriages from dissolving as a result of a chronic illness diagnosis. In a new study from researchers at Iowa…

March 6th, 2015 Grey Divorce, Grounds for Divorce, Marriage Problems & Advice

Neil Young Divorce Highlights Warning Signs Of A Grey Divorce

Neil Young and Pegi, his wife of 36 years, have decided to file for divorce after 36 years of marriage. The decision comes as quite a surprise to those of us who’ve observed them throughout the course of Young’s decades-long career. The “Heart of Gold” singer submitted divorce papers on…

August 27th, 2014 Celebrity Divorce, Grey Divorce
Grey Divorce: Why It’s Your Kids’ Problem, Too

Grey Divorce: Why It’s Your Kids’ Problem, Too

In a recent article for Huffington Post, contributor Terry Gaspard took a look at the phenomenon of grey divorce, which exists when one (or both) in an over-50 marriage decide to file for divorce. Gaspard writes the article from the vantage point of the grown children, who are forced to…

May 9th, 2014 Grey Divorce

GUEST BLOG: The Increasing Rate of Baby Boomers Divorce

From 1990 to 2010, the divorce rate of Americans 50 years old and older increased by 150%. As reflected by U.S. Census data, in 1990 only 10% of divorces involved one or more of the parties being at least 50 years old. By 2010 that number had increased to 25%.…

May 14th, 2013 Grey Divorce

Baby Boomers Continue to Skew Divorce Stats

Every time there is a change in statistics we always forecast doom and gloom, as if every slight tick out of the norm is just first sign of drastic change. The avalanche effect can be seen in businesses across the board when it comes to stocks and the unpredictability of…

November 10th, 2012 Grey Divorce
Divorce, Retirement, and Social Security

Divorce, Retirement, and Social Security

Concerns about the economy are a prevalent topic of discussion throughout our nation. Divorce in itself can be a messy ordeal, but when combined with poor financial management or even the splitting of a family’s finances can be catastrophic to a single spouse’s financial future. This is not limited to…

October 18th, 2012 Divorce and Finances, Grey Divorce

Dissecting Grey Divorce

Grey divorce has been a hot topic in the news as of late, as the nation has seen a rise in the amount of those fitting into the age bracket of 55 and up divorcing at a higher rate in the last year. The topic has been dissected by everyone…

October 16th, 2012 Grey Divorce

Grey Divorce & Generation X: Divorce Rates Climb in both Demographics

It’s true; no relationship is safe from divorce. As news of Generation X’s rising divorce rate some may go into panic mode about this information. But let calm down and look at this calmly. If the X-generation is so large, hence the nickname Baby Boomers, then wouldn’t it be logical to…

September 19th, 2012 Grey Divorce

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