University of Utah sociologist Nicholas Wolfinger discovered those who married in that particular age bracket were the least likely to split up. Meanwhile, those who tied the knot in their late 30s were more likely to become divorced later.
Wolfinger wrote in his report, 'The odds of divorce decline as you age from your teenage years through your late twenties and early thirties. Thereafter, the chances of divorce go up again as you move into your late thirties and early forties.'
According to the study, for each year after 32 you get married, your chance of divorce increases by approximately five percent.
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