Divorce rates change yearly and the results can be quite surprising. The statistics are recorded by Her Majesty’s Courts to ensure an accurate result.
The latest divorce statistics were released in September 2018 and were for 2017.
In previous years the rates have been quite diverse- in 2016 we saw an increase of 5.8% compared with 2015. However, in 2017 we have seen a decrease of 4.9%.
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There is no specific reason for this however, it is said that many couples are choosing to cohabitate instead of getting married- so divorce is not necessary.
Changes in behaviour and attitudes are also a massive factor, both parties now tend to share more household duties and simply take more interest in one other.
Another reason could be that couples are waiting longer to commit to marriage. Many are completing their education and settling down in life, once they are settled they then look to marry.
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