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Study shows long commutes increase risk of divorce

According to a divorce study conducted by a team of Swedish researchers, married couples with a spouse who has a long commute to work or school are at greater risk of divorcing.  The researchers concluded that couples with a commuter are 40 percent more likely to divorce than couples with only a short commute to the office.

Furthermore, the study shows that couples are most affected in the first few years of commuting.  Once a spouse has been taking a long commute for around 5 years, the risk of divorce decreases.

In addition, researchers discovered that in married couples with a spouse that takes a long commute, negative gender stereotypes are often reinforced.

If you or someone you know is considering filing for divorce in Denver, contact the Denver divorce lawyers of Hull & Zimmerman at (303) 423-1770 and set up an appointment to meet with one of our experienced family law attorneys.

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