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FRIENDFINDER LEAKS 400+ MILLION USER ACCOUNTS FOLLOWING HACK ATTACK

FriendFinder Networks, an organization of multiple websites that are mostly tailored to swingers and other sexually-driven services and content, is dealing with societal backlash following a cyber-attack that leaked more than 412 million user accounts to the public. The hackers reportedly struck in late October, exhuming private identifying information from six of FriendFinder Networks websites, dating back as far as 1996 and accessing information that users thought they had deleted and buried. The vast majority of the exposed accounts - roughly 340 million - originated from AdultFriendFiender.com, a website advertised by the company itself to be "the world's largest sex and swinger community."

WHAT HAPPENS IF A PARENT DOESN'T PAY CHILD SUPPORT

We have all heard the term "deadbeat parent" at some point in reference to a parent who either abandons their child or who fails to provide any sort of financial support to help cover the child's needs as they grow. Unfortunately, scenarios such as these in which a non-custodial parent fails to pay court-ordered child support happen all too often. But what exactly happens if a parent blows off their child support obligations, and what rights do custodial parents have to collect on this owed money?

TIPS TO DIVIDE YOUR CHILD'S TIME DURING THE HOLIDAYS

The holiday season is, traditionally, a time for families to come together and enjoy each other's company while giving thanks for the year's blessings. Unfortunately, for children and parents ofdivorce, this time of year can be particularly stressful and act as a trigger for certain painful emotions. In addition to magnifying feelings of loneliness, this season can introduce certain issues such as deciding where your child will spend Thanksgiving or sorting thorough how their school break will affect your established child custody or visitation arrangement.

SHOULD I MOVE OUT WHEN GETTING A DIVORCE?

The first thing you might want to do after filing for divorce is move out of your family home and get some time and space away from your ex-spouse. This is entirely understandable but also generally discouraged by divorce attorneys and legal professionals. Whether you realize it or not, packing up and shipping out on your own accord can seriously and negatively impact your side of the divorce proceeding.

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