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July 2011 Archives

Court says tracking spouse with a GPS is not invasion of privacy

Social networks like Facebook have been blamed for the rise in divorce or have at least provided evidence for some spouses to confirm the bad behavior of a husband or wife. Now, a court has ruled that using certain technology, specifically a GPS tracking device, to track a straying spouse is not an invasion of privacy.

New York court allows ex-wife to keep fraud money from divorce

Asset division can be tricky in divorce court when a former spouse is being prosecuted for fraud. A New York appellate court decided recently that an ex-spouse, who was unaware that her husband's gains might have been obtained illegally, deserved to keep the money she received in the divorce settlement, even if it may have come from questionable sources.

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