That’s right – societies with a high divorce rate are generally those with increased women’s rights, a greater social network and acceptance for single parent families, as well as a society that doesn’t believe in their citizens suffering in unhappy marriages.The view on divorce has changed in today’s modern world.During that time we have made very many friends and have always been encouraged by our knowledgeable readership. Finding results was difficult as many organisations did not have websites , and those that did were often difficult to find.

According to the Bureau of Statistics, the 2014 crude rates of divorce were 2. people.

This figure is down from the 2013 census, which had a rate of 2. people.

• People who tend towards a left-wing political influence are less likely to divorce than those tending towards a right-wing political influence.

• Atheists and agnostics are less likely to divorce.

• Couples with children are less likely to divorce.

If you’re still dismayed at the divorce rate in Australia, it might surprise you to learn that a high divorce rate is a sign of a progressive society!• Many more people are actually living together before marriage.• Less stigma on single parenting has decreased unsuitable ‘shotgun’ weddings.Even the divorce proceedings themselves can be streamlined and handled quickly and efficiently.If both parties choose, things can be settled in a way that doesn’t require months of drawn out legal proceedings, emotional battles, and expensive legal fees. While these figures are still quite alarming for newlyweds and romantics, all is not lost – these rates have dropped since the 90s, when the peak of divorces caused by the more lenient rules of the Family Law Act 1975 started evening out.