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      Married couples are more likely to be happier than those who cohabit

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      New data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has shown that couples who are married or in a civil partnership are likely to be happiest. Of those surveyed 35% rated their happiness very highly.

      Of those who cohabited only 28% rated their happiness at the same level – 9 or 10 out of 10 on the ONS’ happiness scale.

      Only 2.8% of married people had “low” life satisfaction compared with 10% of divorcees.

      “There is a saying, ‘a problem shared is a problem halved’, so having someone to turn to for company and support in times of need is essential for a person’s wellbeing,” the ONS report claims.

      The report did outline that the numbers of people who had someone to rely on including a close friend or family member has dropped – 84.1% of those surveyed had someone to rely on if they had a serious problem. Three years earlier 86.4% of people felt the same.

      At Glazer Delmar our Family & Relationships team has been providing legal services including divorce, pre-nups, financial orders and more in South London for many years.

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