When Dayton residents over the age of 50 find themselves at the end of a marriage, they have several options. Depending on the circumstances, they may want to move forward with a traditional divorce. They may, however, find a dissolution of marriage to be a more appropriate step.
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If you are over the age of 50 and are considering a divorce, you are not alone. It is becoming increasingly common for couples to divorce in their senior years. According to a study from Bowling Green State University, divorce after the age of 50—otherwise known as “gray divorce”—nearly doubled between the years 1990 and 2010.