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Marriage Killers That Social Media Encourages

2 Marriage Killers That Social Media Encourages

Facebook is often cited in divorce papers for its role in creating or perpetuating conflict within a marriage, and a new study out of the U.K. affirms much of this. According to Digital Trends, the study, conducted by U.K. law firm Slater and Gordon, reveals that one in seven people (out…

May 11th, 2015 Divorce and Social Media, Grounds for Divorce
Use Facebook to serve your spouse

Can’t Serve Your Spouse in Person? Use Facebook, Judge Says It’s Okay

From the “why do people bother getting married in the first place” files comes this unusual story about a woman, who married her husband and then decided to file for divorce via Facebook. And as far as Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Matthew Cooper is concerned, that’s perfectly acceptable. Cooper honored…

April 15th, 2015 Divorce and Social Media, Divorce Documents
Change Your Mind About Online Dating

Online Dating Not For You? This Study Might Change Your Mind

The world of online dating can be a frustrating one. After all, how many times do you have to show up to see that he or she looks nothing like their photo or that their personality is considerably less appealing in person? But if you’ve decided to swear off this…

March 9th, 2015 Divorce and Social Media, Life After Divorce
Online Flirting Is Equal To Cheating

Online Flirting Is Equal To Cheating, New Survey Shows

Online flirting is yet another relationship obstacle that can lead to someone deciding to file for divorce, and it’s an obstacle people didn’t have to worry about 20 years ago when the Internet was in its infancy. But as technologies got faster and more personal, it became easier to negotiate…

February 6th, 2015 Divorce and Social Media, Marriage Problems & Advice
Fail At Online Dating

How Boomers, and the Rest of Us, Fail at Online Dating

Blogger Ann Brenoff recently shared her take on the big reasons why baby boomers fail at online dating — and given the increase in “gray divorce,” she has a large pool to draw from for inspiration. However, while reading her post as a 35-year-old man with some divorce papers under…

November 21st, 2014 Divorce and Social Media, Life After Divorce
Cheaters Send Sexting Messages While In The Same Room As Their Spouses

64 Percent Of Cheaters Send Sexting Messages While In The Same Room As Their Spouses

Cheaters have certainly become more brazen in the smartphone age. Extramarital dating site Victoria Milan shows us just how brazen with a recent study in which 64 percent of more than 11,000 users polled admitted to sexting their affair partner while in the same room as their spouse. Furthermore, a…

September 24th, 2014 Divorce and Social Media, Marriage Problems & Advice
Advantages of Staying off Social Media After Divorce

The Advantages Of Staying Off Social Media After Divorce

Social media can be a fun outlet for expressing your thoughts and opinions while keeping up with friends and family, but as anyone who’s ever decided to file for divorce can tell you, it has a dark side. And that dark side is so dark that you can make a…

September 21st, 2014 Divorce and Social Media
The 3 Types of People You Should Unfollow on Facebook

The Three Types Of People You Should Unfollow On Facebook

Facebook is often cited as a reason that many choose to file for divorce, at least indirectly. With the rise of the social media platform, more people have found it easy to be unfaithful to their spouses. Even if it never comes to that, however, the site can create a…

May 14th, 2014 Divorce and Social Media, Grounds for Divorce
Twitter Is Hard on Relationships

Make Room, Facebook, Twitter Is Hard On Relationships, Too!

Facebook has long been the “bad guy” in the discussion about all the ways social media can lead one to file for divorce, but according to a news report from the University of Missouri News Bureau, it looks like Twitter could be ready to take the crown. Citing new research,…

April 7th, 2014 Divorce and Social Media
Woman Faces Fine For Insulting Ex on Facebook

Woman Faces Heavy Fine For Calling Ex An ‘A**hole’ On Facebook

Every now and then a story comes along to highlight the reason why you shouldn’t be petty and vengeful when deciding to file for divorce. One of the most recent comes from Spain, where a woman posted photographs of herself on Facebook wearing a shirt that read, “My ex-husband’s an…

March 10th, 2014 Divorce and Social Media, Life After Divorce

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