ShareFacebook have indulged in our life in such a way that it has ruined a lot of relationships and troubled countless individuals. This article is not only for those people who do not use Facebook willingly or unwillingly, but it is especially for those who take Facebook as a vital part of their daily activities. Undue involvement and excessive use of social networks has led to provide surplus proofs in divorce cases. According to the telegraph Facebook is cited in one out of every five divorce petitions. Also we reported last year that 20% Divorces in UK cited Facebook.
Share According to British divorce counseling firm Divorce-Online, 20% of divorce applications filed last year cited the Facebook that makes the ratio of one-fifth of the divorce petitions. Australian Family Relationships Clearing House manager Elly Robinson said online behavior was causing friction in households. Elly Robinson said: “People will come in (for counselling) where one partner may deny their online behavior has been any sort of problem, but the issue is … if it’s upsetting one of those people in the relationship, it’s a problem.”