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Why people get a divorce

Minnesota couples know that marriage can be hard work and that many end in divorce. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that 22 percent of couples who have been married for five years will go through a marriage disruption in the form of a death, separation or divorce. For couples who have been married for at least 20 years, that figure increases to 53 percent. With regard to divorce, there are several reasons why couples way opt to go their separate ways.

Asset protection is possible without prenup

While prenuptial agreements are one of the best tools when it comes to protecting assets in case of a divorce, many people are hesitant about them. Fortunately, there are ways for Minnesota residents to protect their assets without a prenup. First, a couple does not need to discuss finances just in relation to prenups. Instead, a couple can assess how to handle finances when marrying.

What increases the chances of a divorce

Minnesota residents that are considering getting married should know that there might be certain risk factors that can increase their odds of getting a divorce. These criteria are not direct causes of divorce, nor should they be used to assume that a divorce will definitely occur. However, it is important to understand how such factors may make the hard work needed to make a marriage succeed even more difficult.

Divorce may be less likely for couples who meet online

For people in Pennsylvania planning on finding a true love connection, online dating may be the way to go. From Tinder to Plenty of Fish to OKCupid or Match, online dating sites have proliferated as smartphones and tablets offer constant access to an array of apps and websites.

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