increased 138.6% in the second quarter


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The separations O divorces, both by mutual agreement and non-consensual, presented in the courts of the Madrid’s community During the second quarter of 2021, between the months of March and June, they totaled 3,839, which represents an increase of 138.6% compared to the same period of 2020. This increase is related to the effect of the Covid-19 pandemic in the second quarter of 2020, which presented the historically lowest figures. Thus, the growth is 1.7% if the total of claims of this type presented during the second quarter of 2019 is taken as a reference, prior to the health crisis.

According to the data collected by the Statistics service of the General Council of the Judiciary, during this second quarter of the year the requests for consensual divorce have increased by 160.5% (a total of 2,287) compared to the same quarter of 2020, while those of non-consensual divorce increased 114.4% (1,413). Regarding the separation demands, those agreed upon (97) were 95.8% compared to the same quarter of 2020 and those that were not agreed upon (42) represented 100% more than those filed a year ago in the judicial bodies of community.

Comparing the data with the second quarter of 2019, prior to the Covid-19 pandemic, there has been an increase of 21.4% for demands for non-consensual separations and 6.7% for consensual divorces, while separations Consensual divorces decreased by 17.5% and non-consensual divorces did so by 5.5%.

Regarding the nullity claims (3), they were the same as those filed in the second quarter of 2020 and 3 less than two years ago, when 6 were registered. The number of dissolution claims per 1,000 inhabitants (data obtained relating the number of marital dissolution claims for the quarter with the population as of January 1, 2019), the rate in Madrid was 56.7, very close to the national average of 56.5.

The highest number of lawsuits per 100,000 inhabitants occurred in the Canary Islands, with 69; Balearic Islands and Valencian Community, with 63.4 and 62.9, respectively; Murcia, 61.8; Cantabria, 60.6; and Andalusia, 59. On the contrary, the lowest rates were in Castilla y León, with 43.5; Aragon, with 45.3; and the Basque Country, with 46.9.

On the other hand, in this second quarter there were 466 requests for modification of consensual measures, with an increase of 198.7 compared to the second quarter of 2020, as well as 1,363 requests for modification of non-consensual measures, with an increase of 88%. On the other hand, the modifications of measures of custody, custody and maintenance of non-marital children agreed upon (832), registered a year-on-year increase of 212.8%, and the non-consensual ones (1,079), 133.5%.

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