Divorce rate in Roraima is higher for those without children

Divorce rate in Roraima is higher for those without children
Divorce rate in Roraima is higher for those without children
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According to IBGE, 420 thousand divorces were recorded in 2022 against 386.8 thousand in 2021 across the country (Photo: Raisa Carvalho)

More than 420 thousand Brazilian couples’ relationships came to an end and chose to end their marriage, which resulted in an 8.6% increase in the percentage of divorces in the country. In Roraima, the separation rate is higher for those who did not have children.

The data was recently released by the 2022 Civil Registration Statistics of the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE). The survey also points to a 4% increase in the percentage of marriages, a total of 970 thousand.

According to IBGE, 420 thousand divorces were recorded in 2022 compared to 386.8 thousand in 2021. The total was granted in the first instance or carried out by extrajudicial deed. Judicial divorces in the first instance represented 81.7% of the total number of separations.

The Central-West region recorded the most divorces (26.5%), followed by the Northeast region (14%). In relation to the average age, men divorced at an older age, at 44 years old, and women at 41 years old.

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RORAIMA – In Roraima, the total number of divorces granted in the first instance was 95, 43 of which were consensual, 50 non-consensual and two without declaration. The evaluation of the data indicates that the separation came more from them, when there is no consensus between the parties. Of the divorces without an agreement, 34 were requested by women and 16 by men.

Another important fact is that couples with more children tend to separate less in Roraima, according to IBGE data, as the divorce rate is much higher for those who do not yet have heirs.
Taking into account separations by type of family and total number of children in Roraima, of the 95 divorces, 36 were from childless couples; 22 from couples with one child; 21 from couples with two children; six from couples with three children; seven from couples with four children; two from couples with five children and one from a couple with seven or more children.

The article is in Portuguese

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