You’ve seen it all over the news. You can’t log into Facebook or walk into a coffee shop without hearing something about AshleyMadison.com, a website for spouses looking discretely to cheat. It was, to the chagrin of many in the Denver area participants, recently hacked leading to the exposition of thousands. Many of those spouses were right here in the Denver metro area. But Colorado is a “no-fault” divorce state, meaning that, generally, the courts are not interested in indiscretions that might, for instance, arise from a mid-life crisis. So what does this mean for your marriage if your spouse was on the list? What if you were the one on the list? What happens to your relationship, your children, your finances? Stay tuned for our upcoming article on sex, drugs and lies in a no-fault state.
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