Way to ruin marriages, Mark Zuckerberg. One in seven people said they'd considered divorce because of their spouses' questionable
Of the social media outlets, Facebook ranks number one as the place where unhappy spouses go to forget about their miserable marriages and fantasize about a better life. Today, with well over a billion users, that's a lot of browsing!
16. Infidelity is never black and white. Everyone has an opinion about marital infidelity, and it’s usually binary: the spouse
Most of us have friends who feel it necessary to publicize every detail of their personal lives on Facebook, including taking jabs at their soon-to-be-ex spouses. But can taking a pop shot at your ex-to-be negatively impact the outcome of your divorce?
In fact, Cone saw this unfold firsthand when a client sold an invention and made $40 million. "He got a divorce because he
Her husband, a 31-year-old businessman, reportedly told the court that updating his status had simply slipped his mind, as
Do you know the signs of a social media affair?
While many people are beginning to realize the risks posed by thoughtlessly posting comments and pictures on Facebook, I still find myself regularly shocked by the incriminating messages and images that can be so easily accessed in a divorce case.
At Cordell & Cordell, we find it's usually the seemingly innocuous posts that cause big problems in divorce cases. People
Angela Voelkert wanted a little dirt on her husband as she prepared for a messy divorce, so she posed online as a teen tart
NEARLY a year ago, my 70-year-old father sent me a friend request on Facebook. Though I publish my every movement -- from
Upon further review, Facebook and marriage aren't incompatible. In the past two weeks, the idea that the popular social-networking