Study: Online Relationships Lead to Lower Divorce Rates

Posted By The Hunter Law Group || 18-Jun-2013

According to a new study by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, marriages that start with an initial meeting online are less likely to end in a divorce than those that are started the traditional way. This new study may encourage more and more singles to join websites like eHarmony.com to find their partner. According to the report on Fox, the couples who met online told researchers that they were satisfied with their marriages because of their level of compatibility.

Those who were in traditional marriages said that their compatibility was slightly less and they often resulted to divorce when the marriage started falling apart. The study surveyed 19,131 people who married between the years 2005 and 2012 and showed that more than one-third of all marriages in the United States now begin online. The group who conducted the study claims that the dynamics of marriage could be changed with the onset of internet dating and the many marriages resulting from compatibility matches online.

If you are in a marriage that has proven to be difficult, or if you are now dissatisfied with your spouse and are having a difficult time working through conflict, you may want to consider getting a divorce. With the right attorney on your side, you may be able to successfully terminate your marriage and move on with your life. A Mission Viejo divorce attorney at The Hunter Law Group is willing to assist you in your case and will help you to work through the many different aspects of your divorce.

You will want someone there as you organize property division, child custody, and spousal support arrangements with your ex. Oftentimes divorce are emotionally charged, so a steady and understanding attorney can be a great benefit to you. Hire a lawyer at The Hunter Law Group today for more information!

Categories: Divorce