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When online activity causes a marriage to fall apart

In the digital era, couples may find themselves in divorce court for any number of reasons. Aside from having an online affair, a marriage may be torn apart as a result of online activity due to various types of inconsiderate or even unlawful behavior. For example, a spouse may use the internet to carry out any number of crimes, or they could have an online addiction that causes them to drift apart from their spouse. For example, someone may do nothing but play games all day, refusing to work or even maintain a healthy relationship with their marital partner.

Social media can be another source of conflict within a marriage. Some people are addicted to social media while others misuse this technology, such as those who decide to share inappropriate and offensive material online. Regardless of the reason why online activity causes a marriage to fall apart, there are times when one spouse knows that they have been through enough and are determined to move on. If you are facing these challenges yourself, make sure that you are prepared for various legal matters that may surface.

It can be very disheartening to know that your marriage has crumbled as a result of online behavior. However, you should try to keep a positive attitude and carefully evaluate your legal options. If you have children, for example, be especially mindful of the different ways that your divorce could involve them. Go over to our divorce page to take a look at additional family law topics.

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