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    "id": 64,
    "author": {
        "id": 251,
        "username": "wbarlow",
        "first_name": "Wendey",
        "last_name": "Barlow"
    },
    "title": "Increase in \"Gray Divorces\"",
    "time_published": "2018-02-20T11:52:39.054395-05:00",
    "category": {
        "id": 3,
        "name": "Miscelaneous",
        "code": "MISC"
    },
    "body": "Erica Lamberg of myCentralJersey published an article about a new book on \u201cgray divorces,\u201d that is, divorces involving couples where at least one of the parties is aged fifty or over.  The book, titled \u201cGray Divorce:  What We Lose and Gain from Mid-Life Splits\u201d is authored by Jocelyn Elise Crowley, Ph.D., a professor and researcher at Rutgers University.  The article discusses many of Crowley\u2019s research findings regarding \u201cgray divorces.\u201d\r\n\r\nIn the article, we learn that the rate of \u201cgray divorces\u201d has increased sharply in recent years.  From 1990-2010, the rate of \u201cgray divorces\u201d doubled, and approximately one out of every four divorces today involves at least one party who is at least 50 years old.\r\n\r\nAlthough age far from dispositive as to the complexity of the divorce, many older couples are likely to have more assets to negotiate than younger couples.  In this sense, the uptick in gray divorces may often correspond with an uptick in highly complex divorce matters.  In cases where there are significant assets at stake, parties to a divorce may benefit greatly from the counsel of an experienced divorce attorney who can help protect their interests and work toward an amicable agreement on as many of the contested  issues as possible.\r\n\r\nSource:  Lamberg, Erica.  \u201cRutgers professor writes book about mid-life divorce trends.\u201d  myCentralJersey.  Feb. 20, 2018.  https://amp.mycentraljersey.com/amp/324448002",
    "link": "https://divorcesus.com",
    "image": null,
    "total_comments": 0,
    "teaser": "Erica Lamberg of myCentralJersey published an article about a new book on \u201cgray divorces,\u201d that is, divorces involving couples where at least one of the parties is aged fifty or over.  The book, titled \u201cGray Divorce:  What We Lose and Gain from Mid-Life Splits\u201d is authored by Jocelyn Elise Crowley, Ph.D., a professor and researcher at Rutgers University.  The article discusses many of Crowley\u2019s research findings regarding \u201cgray divorces.\u201d\r\n\r\nIn the article, we learn that the rate of \u201cgray divorces\u201d has increased sharply in recent years.  From 1990-2010, the rate of \u201cgray divorces\u201d doubled, and"
}