In the digital era, there are a number of stressors that can create challenges for couples. With access to a vast amount of information and the ability to connect with others like never before (social media, messaging apps, etc.), there are a number of ways in which technology can be problematic for married couples. For example, someone’s online behavior may infuriate their spouse, or someone may find out that their marital partner has been having an emotional affair over the internet. Moreover, partners that can be found via the internet can lead to physical affairs as well.
Some couples are able to handle marital problems that arise from the internet and work through these issues to restore their marriage. Others, however, are never able to move on from their spouse’s behavior and they decide to file for a divorce. If you are in this position, or if your spouse has decided to file a divorce petition as a result of your online behavior, it is important to know exactly what your options are and make sure that you approach family law issues carefully.
From legal issues which involve your kids, such as child custody and child support, to those which are financial in nature (spousal support, property division, and so on), there are many different considerations you may have as you work through the process of divorce. Read over our website if you are interested in finding more information on some of the legal aspects of splitting up with your spouse.