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Computer Hacking During a Divorce

When Is Computer Hacking During a Divorce Illegal?

Categories: Criminal Law & Process

Computer Hacking Defense Attorney Defending Divorcees It is natural for spouses in divorce proceedings or contemplating divorce to feel anger or suspicion toward one another.  While such emotions may tempt individuals to spy on each other by hacking into their spouses’ computers, acting on such urges is never a good idea.  In fact, it is…

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What Are Civil Remedies Against Computer Hacking During a Divorce?

Categories: Criminal Law & Process

Computer Hacking During a Divorce

Civil Causes of Action for Hacking Invasion of Privacy: Invasion of privacy occurs when one person intrudes on another person’s personal life or private affairs without consent.  If a spouse engages in unauthorized inspection, misappropriation, or dissemination of the other spouse’s electronically stored personal information, such as emails or computer files, the intruded upon spouse…

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How Can I Defend Against Tax Fraud During a Divorce?

Categories: Criminal Law & Process

Tax Fraud During a Divorce

During a marriage, both spouses trust each other with secrets and personal information over the course of many years.  However, when those two people split apart as the result of a divorce, each person becomes vulnerable to the other as a result of the private information they shared while married.  If either spouse has entrusted…

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How Can I Defend Against Mortgage Fraud Allegations During a Divorce?

Categories: Criminal Law & Process

Mortgage Fraud Allegations

At the time of divorce filings, many couples own real estate property jointly and have gone through a mortgage application process together.  Mortgage applications typically conclude with a statement that all information provided is accurate and true under penalties of perjury.  By signing the mortgage application, each spouse swears that the information contained therein is…

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