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- Andrew Cherlin Professor of Sociology and Public Policy at Johns Hopkins University and author of "The Marriage-Go-Round: The State of Marriage and the Family Today."
- Janice Green Practices family law as a partner in the firm Farris & Green in Austin, Texas. She is author of the book, "Divorce After 50: Your Guide to the Unique Legal and Financial Challenges."
- Abigail Trafford Is a journalist, columnist, and former health editor at "The Washington Post" and author of "Crazy Time" and "My Time."
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