In the case of a divorce procedures, the two spouses usually make sure they can be reached by leaving a phone number or a postal address. This facilitates the transmission of documents and information.
But it was clearly not the priority of the companion of a New Yorker who recently initiated divorce proceedings. Having no way to reach or locate him, the latter having decided to disappear from traffic, his wife then asked if she could communicate in another way, namely by the community network Facebook.
Justice Matthew Cooper gave him the green light. Now wait for a sign of life from the husband. It?s been three weeks since messages were sent, but they didn?t get no answer on the spouse's side …
While it has fostered the birth of many friendships and romantic relationships, the Facebook social network could find itself facilitating separations. Almost a roof.