When older women get divorced, their new status often puts both their financial future and health at risk than that of older divorced men, a variety of studies have documented.
Researchers at Bowling Green State University in Ohio recently found gray divorced women suffered the most economically, with more than one-quarter (27 percent) of them classified as poor. Just 11 percent of gray divorced men are in poverty. Never-married women also suffer economically in their later years, with 25 percent living in poverty. Continue reading