Wife As Primary Earner
In approximately 38% of opposite sex households, the woman is the primary income earner. Instances of women in this role have progressively increased since 1960, when the rate was 11%; and it is expected to continue to grow as women are steadily becoming better educated than men. Studies show that divorce rates are higher in these households than those in which the male spouse is the primary earner. This new socio-economic class often feels confused and hopeless in the beginning of a divorce process. Bradford & Gordon, LLC specializes in helping working women move on with their lives and ensuring that they will be best set-up for further success.