As our society changes, set our values and standards, as well as those that we consider to be behavioral. This affects every opportunity of education and the profession, of relationships and of course almost every other aspect of our way of life. Depending on the marriage and divorce, the capital letters that appear here, as they appear to be, and seem to be invariable, could not be further from the verification. Both are dynamic and evolving over time, as can be seen by looking at a few years worth of divorce trends and news.
One case is the country's overall rate of marriages and divorces. Both of these rates have dropped. In 2016, with this statistic widely available this past year, the marriage rate stood at 6.9 marriages per 1,000 inhabitants, down from 8.2 in 2000. In the case of divorces, the latest data shows 3.2 per 1,000. 4.0 in the same time frame. More and more people are getting married, and fewer are getting separated.
However, not all forms of divorce prevail. One particular type is skyrocketing. It is a gray divorce and they have been divorced to name couples over 50. There the rate has doubled since 1990.
Another trend that arises in divorce is in the case of animal rights, in family law cases, and they want to protect their welfare against being viewed as a negotiable property. Currently, all three states in the country have registration laws, including Alaska, Illinois and California, and it looks like there will be more results in the future.
Meanwhile, all things related to income and opportunity inequality, such as the 1% and 99% debates, and the laws and discussions on the tax rate for the rich continue to heat up. Consider this, the richest man in the world, Jeff Bezos, is also divorcing. It is likely that the cost of divorce in history will also be the most expensive, given its status. His personal wealth was estimated to be around $ 140 billion in early 2019, half of which could be given or taken from stock options at the mansion or Amazon.
Speaking of financial issues, another trend for divorce right now is the growing confusion over Bitcoin and divorce over Bitcoin and cryptocurrency. Cryptocurrency is generally very difficult or impossible to design, while its wild value swings make it difficult to estimate the correct value. Both of these issues are causing the pain of trying to sort digital financial assets in divorce cases over the next few years.
It is clear that in the world of marriage and divorce a lot is changing. Being aware of the latest trends and updates on divorce is important in itself, and can also be a useful way to gauge what's happening elsewhere in society.