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Sarah Jane Lenihan, a family lawyer at Slater and Gordon, said the internet was regularly a factor in divorce among older people.‘We have definitely seen a rise with the rise of internet dating and it being more acceptable to start again,’ she said.‘There’s less taboo and more acceptance of both divorce and online dating.
Because people are living longer, many think “I don’t want to stay in this marriage for another 30 years”.‘People are also getting remarried later in life as a result as well.’Earlier this year, ONS figures showed older people were increasingly using the internet with 78 per cent of those aged 65 to 74 having ‘recently’ used it in 2017. The recent ONS said it meant they were ‘catching up with younger people in their use of the internet – perhaps trying out online dating’.
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