Most Kentucky divorces seem to happen after a couple has irreconcilable differences over children, money or life goals. In one online forum, however, some divorce lawyers have revealed that many spouses split up for much more trivial reasons. Sometimes, the marriages are not even a day old when one spouse decides to separate.
One widespread belief about prenuptial agreements is that they are only useful for rich and famous people. But this is not true at all. Prenups can benefit any couple with varying financial circumstances.
Money is often a factor that contributes to divorce. However, if parents in Kentucky no longer living together continue to squabble over finances post-marriage, it can be difficult to effectively co-parent. This is especially true when it comes to issues with expenses related to children after a marriage ends.
Some people in Kentucky may have heard about the divorce of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, the richest man in the world. On July 5, the divorce was finalized. His wife, MacKenzie Bezos, will receive $38.3 billion in Amazon stock as part of the divorce settlement. They were married for 25 years.
People in Kentucky might be more likely to get a divorce in the summer. A study by sociologists at the University of Washington looked at divorces in the state from 2001 to 2015 and found that March and August were months when divorce tended to spike. Whatever the time of year, there are steps people can take to prepare for divorce before filing.