If you found our articles about U.S. divorce statistics and procedure to be helpful, look through the links below to learn more about these topics. If you are a Pennsylvania resident thinking about divorce, contact attorney Michael E. Eisenberg, Esq. He is an experienced family law practitioner who can use the law to benefit you and your children. Don’t leave your divorce up to chance—call our Montgomery County office at (267) 722-8383 to schedule a consultation.
To understand the specifics of divorce rates in different states, look through the 2009 report from the National Center for Health Statistics on births, marriages, divorces, and deaths.
The U.S. Census Bureau released a report in 2009 about the number, timing, and duration of marriages and divorces in America.
If you would like to estimate the average amount of child support you will need, the website of the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare features a great calculator to add up your costs.
For information on divorce in Montgomery County, take a look at this page on the county’s website.
- Did you know that over 34,000 couples got divorced in Pennsylvania in 2010? Check out the state’s Department of Health website to find more interesting data.