Think you can hide from your spouse by not having an address where you can be served with divorce papers - either at home or at work? A New York judge does not think so. Recently, in a Baidoo v Blood-Dzraku case, he ruled that divorce papers can be served by sending a personal message on Facebook if no other, more conventional option is available:
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