April 13, 2009
I have heard that 81% of divorces in the United States are caused by
one of the spouses being on social media especially FACEBOOK.
I'm NOT MARRIED, so I need to know just HOW this causes such a high divorce rate?
Could it be a man flirting with her?
Could it be one of the spouses gets jealous?
Has this happened to anyone out there?
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December 3, 2019
I'm not divorced and don't know anyone who got divorced after the year 2000, so naturally I was curious about your claim here and did a Yandex search that took me about 45 seconds and found this article published in Divorce Magazine which is surprising that there is an actual magazine for divorcing. This article says that 30% of divorces involve Facebook.
“I would say 30 to 40 percent of [divorce] cases have some sort of Facebook involvement,” says attorney Howard Iken. His estimate is very close to that of Lake Legal, a UK law firm that conducted a study on the issue and found that 30 percent of divorces involve Facebook. In cases where Facebook is involved, records from the social network inevitably become evidence in court.
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