Daily Express Report on how Facebook is cited in Divorce cases

FACEBOOK is to blame for more and more marital break-ups, according to a divorce lawyer.
Emma Patel, head of family law at solicitors Hart Scales & Hodges, said all 30 divorces she has dealt with in the past nine months have involved the social networking website.
She said the site acted as a “virtual third party” in splits.
“Its huge popularity as well as the lure of sites like Second Life, Illicit Encounters and Friends Reunited are tempting couples to cheat on each other.”


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