With all the discussion regarding high divorce rates across the country, Missouri residents may be surprised to learn that it is actually the lowest it has been since 1980s. This could be explained by the fact that marriage rates are also very late - only 26 percent of millennials are married, according to the Pew Research Center. The approach to marriage has also evolved over time, according to experts.
Though millennials are waiting to get married, they do not place any less value on the tradition - it is just as important to them as their earlier generations. The difference though is that when a millennial couple determines their marriage isn't working for them, they don't wait around as long as their parents did before getting a divorce. Though open to more diversity in a marriage, they don't waste their time if they think their marriage is ending.
Even though they don't have a complex divorce because they have not amassed a lot of wealth, it doesn't make their separation any less emotionally difficult. One way millennials surpass their forefathers is by being prepared. Rather than consider a prenuptial agreement as an unromantic discussion that draws a line in the sane before the couple gets married, it is viewed as a practical step that must be taken to preserve wealth in the long-run. Rather than considering their divorce as a bitter end, millennials view it as a beginning and experts claim they are less vengeful than earlier generations, with less property to divide.
Regardless of the value of their property interests, a divorce still involves a number of issues that need to be sorted out, with or without divorce litigation and it might be beneficial to have an experienced attorney on one's side to complete the legalities. Divorce can be emotionally trying at any age and having someone explain away the complexities may ease the process for all involved.
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