Divorce can be expensive, drawn-out, and painful. But one startup is betting that it can make divorce proceedings more amicable for everyone involved.
Yesterday hackers dumped 10 gigs of personal info from “life is short, have an affair” dating site Ashley Madison. Twitter’s first reaction is to crack wise about divorce. Ha ha.
What to do if you need to serve divorce papers to a spouse that’s nowhere to be found, or dodging your calls and visits? Send them a Facebook message, of course. This is now an accepted way to start the process of ending a marriage.
Breakin' up is, as Neil Sedaka once sagely pointed out, hard to do. But for one recently divorced woman, studying the data behind the breakup was a balm to help her through a tough emotional time.
Rumor has it that Stephen Elop refused to take a payout smaller than $25 million from Nokia in order to fund his divorce settlement.
A new survey by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers found that some two-thirds of divorce lawyers cite Facebook as "the 'primary source' of evidence in divorce proceedings," and The Guardian calls the social-networking site "a leading cause of relationship trouble." And yet, shockingly, the divorce rate…
Him: "Are you unhappy?" Her: "No, of course not. Why do you ask?" Him: "Well, the few rare times we make love you cry out his name, not mine." Her: "Whose name?" Him: "Facebook."
Auto Correct can really make life awkward at times, but who knew that it could help uncover the secrets your parents are keeping from you?
If you've been dying to make some "home movies" with your significant other in the bedroom but keep getting shut down because she doesn't trust you to not put them on the internet (and really, why should she? You probably will.), the only thing to do is make videos without her knowledge. I mean, that's what any loving…