Researchers found that among MyDivorcePapers.com cases, the median marriage duration is seven years, while similarly the national average length of first marriages is eight years.
Aliso Viejo, CA (PRWEB) May 03, 2013
MyDivorcePapers.com, an acclaimed online divorce forms service, researched statistics on the average length of marriage from their end of month report of cases and compared the findings with nationwide statistics. Researchers found that among MyDivorcePapers.com cases, the median marriage duration is seven years, while the national average length of first marriages is eight years.
Of MyDivorcePapers.com’s 14,975 cases by their end of March report, all marriages lasted an average of seven years before couples filed for divorce. Researchers do not have information available for the average lengths of first, second, or third marriages separate from their cumulative average, however.
According to U.S. Census Bureau statistics summarized by Sabrina Tavernise in the New York Times, as of 2009, the median duration of first marriages, in specific, is eight years. Other findings from the census conclude that second marriages ended at a similar duration as first marriages, and roughly 10% of couples went through the divorce process within the first five years.
Although MyDivorcePapers.com’s finding is a cumulative average of all marriages, 74.03% of cases were first marriages. Therefore, researchers concluded that MyDivorcePapers.com’s seven year marriage average is supported by the nationwide eight year average.
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