After getting married and when first starting a family, roughly 25% of mothers choose to forego their careers in order to stay home and raise their kids. This is undoubtedly a noble cause and one that benefits the family in a variety of ways. The problem comes when divorce enters the picture. Are stay-at-home moms treated fairly in divorce?
According to an article published in early 2019, the answer is no. Women often end up walking away from their marriages with less than they could or should. Why is that?