The black scenario of the experts does not come true. It is difficult for Poles to decide to divorce. Mainly for economic reasons

Data obtained from 46 district courts show that from the beginning of January to the end of March this year almost 19 thousand. 889 divorce cases. This is almost the same as the same period last year, when there were 19,000. 873. On the other hand, comparing this year’s data and recorded at the beginning of 2020 (nearly 19 .3 thousand), we can see an increase of just over 3%. However, compared to the first three months of 2019 (over 21,500), there has been a recent decline of almost 8%.

The differences compared to the previous three years are very small. And they do not reflect the scale of failed marriages in Poland, which was predicted last year due to the new experiences of couples confined to their homes due to the pandemic. Currently, many spouses in crisis are postponing lawsuits due to economic problems, including jointly paid and growing. mortgages. Additionally, a significant number of people are concerned about the costs associated with going to court. It should be remembered that over the past two years, some Poles have lost their businesses and had to, for example, come up with new ideas for life. And that’s what they focused their attention on, putting aside personal matters – says legal adviser Małgorzata Sokołowska, specializing in family cases.

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