Money is probably a big factor in Divorce (especially when alimony is concern).
Let me say that my ex wife did not ask for alimony or half of the community property. However money is involved in a lot of decisions.
My ex wife liked buying gifts. Maybe that is part of her culture and part trying to buy favors. Also since she was not ever steadily employed maybe that contributed to her feeling of insecurity? How many couples have had a broken home because of unemployment?
Having work keeps you busy and when I broke my leg, I was not working for half a year. Sure my family helped out with some of our expenses but doesn't being unemployed cause a bit of stress? Or maybe staying home a lot causes a bit of stress?
Then there is the opposite side of the coin, too much money. People with a lot of money can buy a lot of things and do a lot of things. My working partner decided that it would be nice to go to a massage shop. It was a bad idea and I did not have the fortitude to say no.
Another thing is when you have money you tend to eat too well and gain weight.
My ex wife and I know how to manage money. For example my father who let my mother manage money did pretty well. After my mother passed away, my father basically spent all his money. A fool and his money is soon parted. My ex wife is re married and thin now. I think her new life is doing pretty good and wish her well.
Basically I have funds and want for not too much. However I suppose my readers could tell me some financial horror stories and still have a good marriage.