CLICKBANK VENDOR: USDPAPERS

Monday, November 12, 2018

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Vendor: USDPAPERS

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Website URL: www.usdivorcepapers.com
Active since: Friday, February 27, 2009
ClickBank Marketplace Title:
Divorce Papers
ClickBank Marketplace Description:
Online Provider Of Divorce Papers
Category name: Reference

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Website META Keywords:
divorce papers, divorce forms, divorce form, marriage settlement agreement
Website META Title:
Divorce Papers
Website META Description:
State Specific Divorce Papers. Instantly downloadable and printable.

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Popularity Rank: 13
Offers Recurring Products: false
Gravity: 1.70436
EarnedPerSale: $12.07
PercentPerSale: 42
TotalEarningsPerSale: $12.07
TotalRebillAmt: $0.00
Referred: 100

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Recent Statistics on marriage and divorce in the United States of America: There were approximately 2,230,000 marriages in the year 2005 -- from 2,279,000 the previous year, despite a total population increase of 2.9 million over the same period. The divorce rate in 2005 (per 1,000 people) was 3.6 -- the lowest rate since 1970, and down from 4.2 in 2000 and from 4.7 in 1990. (The peak was at 5.3 in 1981, according to the Associated Press.) The marriage rate in 2005 (per 1,000) was 7.5, down from 7.8 the previous year. In 2004, the state with the highest reported divorce rate was Nevada, at 6.4 (per 1,000). Arkansas was a close second, with a divorce rate of 6.3, followed by Wyoming at 5.3. The District of Columbia had the lowest reported divorce rate, at 1.7, followed by Massachusetts at 2.2 and Pennsylvania at 2.5. (Figures were not complete for California, Georgia, Hawaii, Indiana, Louisiana, or Oklahoma.) 8.1% of coupled households consist of unmarried heterosexual partners, according to The State of Our Unions 2005, a report issued by the National Marriage Project at Rutgers University. The same study said that only 63% of American children grow up with both biological parents -- the lowest figure in the Western world. As of 2003, 43.7% of custodial mothers and 56.2% of custodial fathers were either separated or divorced. And in 2002, 7.8 million Americans paid about $40 billion in child and/or spousal support (84% of the payers were male). Americans tend to get married more between June and October than during the rest of the year. In 2005, August had the most marriages at about 235,000 or a rate of 9.3 per 1,000 people. The previous year, July was the highest month at 246,000, or a rate of 9.9; this doubled the lowest month in 2004, January. Sources: