Cyber-sex, sexting, lurid Facebook messages, and other forms of virtual infidelity are becoming increasingly prevalent in Family Law.
With vastly improved computer graphics and enhanced reality, the real world and the virtual world are becoming increasingly blurred.
This can be used in court to show a history of poor parenting and discourage a court from awarding that parent custody.
Virtual infidelity can also be a major issue in terms of finances.
Adults and teens alike eagerly await the next installment of their favorite game, which makes back its development costs in just a week. This means that a person who seeks to divorce someone on the basis of their virtual infidelity must first separate from their partner and live separate and apart for one full year.