National Marriage Project

If current economic conditions improve, divorces could increase in United States, according to experts on family law, those who expect that many couples seek to arrive at a stable financial position to start the process of divorce. In this regard, the Academy of matrimonial lawyers in United States, ensures that more than half of its members reported a decrease in the divorce papers at the end of 2009, compared with the previous year. However, the rate of divorces is rebounding again. When officially put end to marriages, many of these couples have endured months or even years of living in a strange kind of limbo, since not long since they did not want to continue with the marriage. Some couples postponed plans for divorce because of economic problems, but it is quite possible that during that time things get worse in the relationship. Data from the survey conducted by the National Marriage Project at the University of Virginia, found that nearly 4 of every 10 Americans between 18 and 45 years that thought of divorce have delayed its decision due to the economic problems. Only one in four said the decision to rethink his divorce helped deepen their relationship.

The Government data also seem to show a decrease in the rates of marriage and divorce between 2007 and 2009, although preliminary data exclude some States. A long wait for the divorce to the troubled U.S. economy, there are those who have major problems to get a job, which accepted a job that not necessarily is who wants to. Given the economic difficulties, many couples have decided to carry out the plan of bird nesting, i.e., children remain in the family home and each one’s parents rent an apartment, then they take turns the time that will be with the children. So it is easier to save to file for a divorce. With information: today.msnbc.msn.