Rutgers professor writes book about mid-life divorce trends

February 13, 2018

After two or three decades of marriage, family vacations and raising children plus making your house a home, what could go wrong?

According to a Rutgers University professor and researcher, marital splits after age 50 happen more than expected.

“Gray Divorce: What We Lose and Gain from Mid-Life Splits” is a new book by author, researcher and Rutgers professor Jocelyn Elise Crowley, Ph.D., that examines the rising of divorce after age 50. The book uncovers the reasons why men and women divorce, and the penalties and benefits that they receive for their choices., February 13

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