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Facebook cited in 30% of UK divorces

Facebook is a social network, but it can also be a tool fierce in the context of a separation or divorce. According to the British site Divorce Online, the portal of Mark Zuckerberg is quoted as incriminating evidence in 30% of divorces in 2011, against 20% in 2010. The study includes no fewer than 5,000 applications for divorce.

“It has become like a third person in the business” fun Emma Patel, director of a firm specializing in family law. Three reasons come up most often: messages “inappropriate” addressed to the opposite sex, the disparaging comments of the spouses to each other and friends tell the third one the actions of the other .

“Social media has become the primary communication tool to emails and text messages. They are the best place to flirt or have an affair, “Analysis Mark Keenan, spokesman for Divorce Online. It recommends in the wake very careful “about what they write on their wall,” this content can be used in procedures or financial records of distribution of child care.


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