In Close to Half of Two-Parent Families, Both Mom and Dad Work Full Time Family life is changing, and so, too, is the role mothers and fathers play at work and at home. At the same time, the share with a father who works full time and a mother who doesn’t work outside the home has declined considerably; 26% of two-parent households today fit this description, compared with 46% in 1970, according to a new Pew Research Center analysis of Current Population Survey data.
This may seem simple enough, but there are two crucial details that can affect how timely, costly, and inconvenient a divorce may be (beyond the obvious).
And find out why a 60-day divorce is the minimum for every couple in Michigan, no matter their marital, financial, or parental situation.
When referring to Michigan divorce cases, the term “jurisdiction” means one thing – which court will be hearing your divorce case.
The rationale is reasonably straightforward: About a third of all children born in the United States each year are born out of wedlock.
Similarly, about half of all first marriages end in divorce, and when children are involved, many of the resulting single-parent households are poor.