Divorce After 50: Life After Divorce, from AARP

By Sharon Pastore, Main Line Family Law Center

Divorce After 50: Life After Divorce, from AARP

Excellent article from AARP regarding how aging baby boomers are deciding to call it quits after raising kids and heading into retirement.  So how they are doing it?  Men often have more financial advantages and are more likely to pay for a caregiver, while women are more likely to find roomates, take in boarders to pay the rent, or move back in with parents. Read on.

 

About the Author

Sharon Pastore, Main Line Family Law Center

Sharon Pastore is Co-Founder of Main Line Family Law Center, which was established in 2012. She is on a mission to generate awareness, understanding and trust around mediation as a healthier option for separation and divorce well before a client's first consultation. She draws upon over 17 years in nonprofit, education and marketing to enable more spouses to "get to the table" and mediate successfully.

Topics: Divorce after 50