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When boomers divorce — what are the financial implications?

Charlotte divorce lawyer Beth Hodges discusses implications of divorce near or at retirement. Charlotte Business Journal 5/9/2017

It can be a shock when that couple you’ve known forever announces they are divorcing. The news can be even more surprising or upsetting when the couple has been married for decades. Divorce near or at retirement is more common than you might expect.

A study from Bowling Green State University found the U.S. divorce rate for couples age 50 and older doubled between 1990 and 2010, and was even higher for those over 65.

To read Charlotte family law attorney Beth Hodges' full article about "boomers" and divorce, please follow this link.

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