Most couples go into marriage thinking of it as an expression of love. Marriage is also an enormous legal and financial commitment. This is typically never as self-evident as during divorce, when Pennsylvania couples must untangle assets and finances that have been combined over the years.
Financial strain is commonly blamed for unsuccessful marriages, but is the data really there to back up that claim? One researcher suspected that there was likely more to it than that and set out to understand the sociological influences for the average divorce. The findings might not fall in line with what some Pennsylvania couples believe to be true.