As you may have heard, many cheating spouses across the world were caught
off guard last week when hackers decided to put information stolen of
the AshleyMadison.com website’s servers on the internet for anyone
to see. For those who don’t know, AshleyMadison.com’s raison
d'etre is to connect married people to unmarried-people for a little
on-the-side fooling around.
Well, it looks like the site’s users wont be getting any loving any
time soon, be it from their significant other or those attracted to married
people. There has been such a major fallout from the security breach that
there are a wealth of articles we found super-interesting on the topic:
Divorce Lawyers Brace For 'Tsunami' After Ashley Madison Hack
(Huffington Post) Of course, California is a no-fault state, so cheating itself doesn’t
constitute a “reason” for divorcing. However, give us a call
at 818-660-0683 if you’re interested in learning more about divorce
options — whether or not your spouse was one of the names on the
Where Ashley Madison Fits Into Divorce Law (Huffington Post) More on the idea of no-fault divorce, and what it can and can’t
do for you. Again, if you have a question, please don’t hesitate
to call us!
Ashley Madison: 'Suicides' over website hack (BBC News) Of course, for all the fun and games we have at the expense of the busted
spouses, there is a downside. Two individuals associated with the leak
of Ashley Madison customer details are reported to have taken their lives,
according to police in Toronto.
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