Divorce Facts

January is often known of as “divorce month.” This is often due to a desire for families to stay together during the winter holidays, especially when kids are involved. However, trends are starting to show that although consultations and internet hits relating to divorce and child custody spike right after Christmas, March is actually the new “divorce month.” Valentine’s day and tax season are most likely the culprits behind this change in trend because of the stress both the holidays and tax season can put on a marriage.

 

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  1. Divorce law says:

    Thanks for sharing very helpful tips. Looking forward to more great tips.

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