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?