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"Data in the Census report were collected from both men and women,age 15 and over, and a
different methodology was used than in the NCHS report.
"About 50% of first marriages for men under age 45 may end in
divorce, and between 44 and 52% of women's first marriages
may end in divorce for these age groups.
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The Reality of Early and Forced Marriages in India
If the marriage license application is not available, then a court order must be obtained directing the Office of Vital Statistics and Registry to place the marriage on file as a delayed record.
which is linked to domestic violence and early or forced marriages.
Your domestic partnership will remain intact and will still be on file with the Office of Vital Statistics and Registry after you enter into marriage with your domestic partner
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- DIVORCE ON RISE FOR OLDER PEOPLE
The Republican (Springfield, MA)
Sunday, November 26, 2006
By RONNI GORDON
Reconciliation after Separation
A sociology professor from Baltimore posted this citation on the FAMILYSCIlistserv:
"The only statistic I have is the one cited in my marriages/families
textbook, but it may (or may not) be dated: "Approximately 10 percentof all
currently married couples (9 percent of white women and 14 percent of black
women) in the United States have separated and reconciled" (Winebergand
McCarthy, "Separtion and reconciliation in American marriages,"Journal of
Divorce & Remarriage 29, 1993: 131-46).
United States Divorce Rates Through History
For a more detailedexploration of the nature of this and other divorce rates, see
Here is an excerpt from the Census Bureau report, with a link to the fullreport:
"The National Center for Health Statistics recently released a reportwhich found that 43
percent of first marriages end in separation or divorce within 15 years.
Divorce Rates - Divorce Statistics Collection
Between 1970and 1992, the proportion of babies born outside of marriage leaped from11% to 30%."
Amara Bachu, Fertility of American Women: June 1994 (Washington D.C.: Bureauof the Census, September 1995), xix, Table K.
Divorce Facts and Statistics | What Affects Divorce Rates?
Mostrecently, according to the it has been revised downwardto just over 40%.
One of the best explanations of what is an accurate prediction for thisstatistic, and of the limits of divorce statistics, is an April, 2005article, "."
This kind of thing is probably the best estimate statisticians can comeup with, but it is only a prediction of how many people currently enteringtheir first marriages will ever get divorced.
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Thisis the Census Bureau's often-cited "50%" rate, the proportionof marriages taking place right now that will eventually divorce, whichhas since been revised downward to roughly 43% by the National Centerfor Health Statistics but was moved back up to around 50% by theCensus Bureau in 2002, with even more ifs ands and buts than usual.
18 Shocking Children and Divorce Statistics
John Vogt, Marriage Records in the Virginia State Library: A Researcher's Guide 2nd ed. (Athens, Ga., 1988). A Guide to Church Records in the Archives Branch, Virginia State Library. Compiled by Jewell T. Clark and Elizabeth Terry Long (Richmond, 1981). Virginia Marriage Records from The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, the William and Mary Quarterly, and Tyler's Quarterly (Baltimore, 1982). Early Virginia Marriages. Edited by William Armstrong Crozier (New York, 1907; reprinted Baltimore, 1953). Dorothy Ford Wulfeck, Marriages of Some Virginia Residents, 1607–1800, Series 1–2 (1961–1967 and 1990). Series 2 is titled Wulfeck's Virginia Marriages. Also available is an in-house guide to Virginia marriages which contains definition of terms, general sources, and sources of marriage information for individual counties.