No Happily Ever After as Divorce Numbers on the Rise ({{commentsTotal}})


After a period of decrease until 2010 the number of people divorcing hit a five-year high in 2013.

A total of 3,364 marriages ended in divorce last year, 215 more than the previous year, while the number of marriages dropped by 562 to 5,408 last year.

The most popular months for divorce are March (9.1 percent of all divorces in a year), May (9.0 percent) and October (9.1), while summer is by far the most popular time for love, with 11.7 percent of all marriages signed in June, and 16.7 in both July and August.

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