Divorcing After 50

Our office has handled and seen divorce from almost every age range. We have helped every from 18-90. It may seem surprising to see couples over the age of 50 going through a divorce especially when they have been together 20-30 years or more. However, while divorce in general has declined divorce for those over 50 has increased.

The Wall Street Journal published a very interesting article on March 3, 2012 “The Gray Divorces”, which reported that the divorce rate for people age 50 and over, has doubled in the past two decades. Although the national divorce rates have declined, since spiking in the 1980’s.

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