Morgan explains the dire consequences after these marriages dissolve, such as tough financial downsizing for both parties and a greater possibility of constrained relationships with the adult children of divorcing older parents.
Aliso Viejo, CA (PRWEB) May 29, 2013
The writing team at the online divorce forms website MyDivorcePapers.com welcomed guest blogger Scott Morgan to contribute to their extensive divorce blog. Adding to researched topics regarding all aspects of divorce, Morgan’s guest blog is entitled, “The Increasing Rate of Baby Boomers Divorce.”
Scott Morgan contacted MyDivorcePapers.com expressing his wishes to write for their blog. A family lawyer based in Texas, Morgan has been in his industry since 1994, giving him much experience and expertise regarding divorce. Morgan especially has an interest in the rising instance of couples 50 years and over filing for divorce.
The new guest blog on MyDivorcePapers.com explores supporting statistics and the wide-ranging impact of baby-boomer divorce over the last two decades. As a result of what has come to be known as “Gray Divorce,” Morgan explains the dire consequences after these marriages dissolve, such as tough financial downsizing for both parties and a greater possibility of constrained relationships with the adult children of divorcing older parents.
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To contribute to MyDivorcePapers.com as a guest blogger, like Scott Morgan, visit the Contact page on MyDivorcePapers.com. To send a message, select "General" as the Request Type, and enter "Guest blogging opportunity" in the message box. The content manager at MyDivorcePapers.com will then reply with information about their guest blogging terms and guidelines.