There are three main causes of divorces: lack of communication, changing woman’s roles and young marriages.
The lack of communication is a common problem in the daily life.
Generally, the spouse paying alimony or child support is obligated long-term, even if he remarries.
The remarriage of the spouse receiving child support or alimony is often more of a factor in support modifications and terminations.
Also, 58 percent of these children are classified as special needs as opposed to 31 percent of children in intact families.
As for educational attainment, children of divorce are more likely to drop out of high school or not attend college.
Many sociologists believe that societies hoping to flourish and perpetuate must rear children responsibly.
In most functioning societies, an intact family helps children develop strong moral character.
Without this support, divorced adults and their children are mentally and physically weakened, becoming less productive social participants.
More broadly, divorce leads people to question whether having a family is worthwhile.