Do You Think Facebook Is Ruining Friends Lives Well Here’s The First Of Many Facebook Divorces
Every day we log into Facebook to keep up with our friends and family. Its the way of the world now, but if a judge's landmark ruling in New York holds, your "news feeds" are going to get a lot more interesting to say the least.
According to The New York Daily News, a Manhattan Supreme Court justice ruled that nurse Ellanora Baidoo can use Facebook to serve her husband Victor Sena Blood-Dzraku with a divorce summons through her attorney.
After getting married in 2009, the couple never consummated their marriage after Mr. Blood-Dzraku reneged on a promise to give her a proper wedding ceremony. The couple has since only communicated through phone calls and Facebook since Mr. Blood-Dzraku doesn't have a fixed or permanent address. The judge ruled that Ms. Baidoo lawyers can repeatedly serve her ex-husband "once a week for 3 consecutive weeks or until acknowledged.
Needless to say that if this holds up in court from any appeals, your news feeds will get a pretty interesting over the next couple of months and years. What do you think? Should lawyers be allowed to contact you through social media?