Ok here is where my split personality kicks in. I do not have a warm and cuddly relationship with numbers. You'll hardly ever find me using them to support an argument but in certain circumstances data is power and I am getting better making friends with statistics. I don't think there is any point in dwelling on this, but if you are interested I found a fascinating site that breaks down all the numbers around divorce...from surveys they have presumably done with all of you divorce statistics out there~
So if for example you are interested in the average age people who get divorced actually got married...here are those facts: Under 20 years old - women 37%, men 12%. 25 to 29 years old - women 37%, men 38%. 30 to 34 years old - women 16%, men 22%. 35-39 years old, women 5%, men 6% etc.
Or perhaps you are interested in net worth after divorce, or how much adultery affected a divorce, or how cohabitation before marriage impacts divorce, or how many men say they want to be friends with their ex wife - (66% - more than I thought to be honest) check out the article here.