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05693: Divorces, by number of common children. Divorces between different sex 1952 - 2021

Karstein Sørlien, Statistics Norway
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Anders Sønstebø, Statistics Norway
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2022-04-06 08:00
Divorces:
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Divorces:
31.12.
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For the period 1971-1985 the figures refers to divorces where at least one of the spouses were resident in Norway. After 1986 the figures refers to divorces where the husband was a resident of Norway. Total of common children by divorce. Until 2000, information on the number of children was collected from divorce notifications from the Central Population Register. From 2001 this information was collected from separate data about parents/children relations from the Central Population Register. For the period 2001-2007 are common children who has died or emigrated before divorce included.