The rate at which Colorado couples find themselves at the end of a marriage seems only to rise as the years pass. However, divorce today is not what it used to be. As technology has permeated so many aspects of our lives, it has also become a factor in many divorces -- and not necessarily in a good way.
Take the example of GPS tracking devices. More and more family law attorneys are seeing cases where divorcing spouses have used GPS trackers to monitor a partner's location -- often by hiding the device in that person's car -- or who have been the victim of this kind of digital spying. This can become even more alarming in the case of an abusive spouse with a restraining order using a tracker to keep tabs on the victim spouse and children.