For a long time, Facebook was as close to a "universal" internet login as there could be. It's not that Facebook has suddenly lost its reach. It's still an ubiquitous member of the internet community. However, it seems it has lost a certain something over the last few years. People are starting to talk about unplugging from the social media giant, as they would rather spend their time looking up at an actual person rather than looking down at virtual people on their cellphone.
So how does this pertain to divorce? What does the proliferation of Facebook and the use of this social media site have to do with legally saying goodbye to your spouse?