A study by the Institute of Family Studies at the University of Utah found that lovers who marry in their late twenties or early thirties face the lowest divorce rates.
The study, led by Nick Wolfinger, explained that to increase the chances of a marriage to last, lovers should be taken to marry between 28 and 32 years old.
Not surprisingly, researchers have found that the risk of divorce is higher when you are younger (couples who marry in their teens are more likely to divorce).
experts have located between 28 and 32 years of age the ideal age to marry. the risk of divorce increases each year and reaches 5% when the marriage is contracted after 45 years.
The authors of the study suggest that this may be due to the fact that those who marry at a young age may not have long sought the right partner, while those who wait longer to marry may have ” fewer cognitive and emotional resources needed to maintain their relationships than those starting around the age of 30 “.