A recent story asks the question of whether or not the economy is affecting divorce rates in the country. The answer appears to be – yes. Across the nation, divorces are down, according to the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. It seems that when times are rough, more couples choose to tough it out. Not so much for love, but for money.
The article goes on to explain that with more and more couples trying to work out their differences instead of choosing divorce, business for marriage counselors is booming.
“A lot of people have insurance, and that helps cover it,” says clinical psychologist Chuck Gray, who counsels couples in crisis. “For those who take insurance, they’re experiencing a dramatic increase.”
While the economy has decreased the amount of divorces, some couples find their relationships unsalvageable and have little choice but to divorce for their own (and very often their family’s) well-being. Lest we forget that money issues have long been known as a marital stressor. If you are in the unfortunate situation of being in a marriage that is headed for divorce, it is more important than ever to have a qualified, experienced California divorce attorney on your side, insuring the best possible disposition for the distribution of your assets and your future financial security.
The divorce attorneys at Wallin & Klarich have experience handling all different types of divorce. Whether it is amicable or contentious, whether the assets to be divided are modest, or in the millions, our skilled California family law attorneys can help navigate you through the difficult divorce process during this very stressful, emotionally charged time. Contact us today at 888-749-7428 to find out how we can help you.
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