Ramona Singer, one of the stars of the TV reality show, Real Housewives of New York City, recently got into a bitter Twitter exchange with her co-star, Jill Zarin.
What sparked Singer’s Twitter tirade? Zarin spoke to the press about Singer’s husband’s alleged infidelity, prompting Singer to issue a stinging rejoined via social media: “why in the hell is @jillZarin discussing anything at all about @ramonasinger? STFU Jill. You nor your gossip are relevant.”
Ramona filed for the divorce from her husband of 22 years at the end of January, after she reportedly caught him with another woman (Kasey Dexter) at their home.
The tabloid-y nature of the divorce prompted a ton of online chatter. But what does the situation say about how to get divorced during an era when private dirty laundry can be aired instantly to millions via social media?
It’s challenging enough to divorce, even when you can keep the situation private. It can be triply challenging to manage the financial, logistical and legal headaches, if you’re simultaneously forced to fend off rumors that your husband cheated on you with a secretary, who then bragged about the liaison on Facebook.
So what can you do to ensure that your own South Carolina divorce is as “low drama” as possible?
We can review your options and help you avoid making costly and frustrating mistakes that could complicate your divorce or custody fight. Call today for a free case evaluation.