Higher Incomes Linked With Higher Divorce Likelihood
Emy A. Cordano, Attorney at Law - 5 months ago
6465 S 3000 E, Suite 103
Salt Lake City, UT
Money—you’ve always heard that it makes the world go around. You may have also heard that it’s the root of all evil. But now experts are telling us that money may have a lot to do with your chance of going through a divorce. Apparently, the more a couple makes, the more trouble begins to brew between them—and the higher their likelihood of calling it quits for good. It is no secret that money issues are a factor in most divorces. In fact, many of the fights that send couples spiraling down the road toward divorce revolve around money in some way. They either don’t have enough of it, one makes more than the other, or they can’t agree on how to spend it.
If you are considering divorce, contact Salt Lake City divorce attorney at Emy A. Cordano, Attorney at Law and her compassionate staff are here to help right away to discuss your legal options.
Higher Incomes Linked With Higher Divorce Likelihood Salt Lake City