marital misconduct Archives | Cordell & Cordell

Maura Boogay Explains Implications Of Ashley Madison Hack

Philly Voice Ever since the Ashley Madison website was hacked and a list of marital cheaters was released, a number of Cordell & Cordell attorneys have weighed in on how the breach could play out in divorce cases.

On Tuesday, Cordell & Cordell Philadelphia Litigation Manager Maura Boogay explained to the Philly Voice that in Pennsylvania, the evidence from the hack likely wouldn’t be much of a factor during a divorce case.  [Read more…]

Scott Trout Talks Ashley Madison Hack And Divorce

KMBZCordell & Cordell Executive/Managing Partner, CEO Scott Trout appeared on KMBZ-Kansas City to discuss how the Ashley Madison data breach could lead to a surge in divorces.  [Read more…]

Joe Cordell Discusses Ashley Madison Hack With Fox Business

Fox BusinessAshley Madison, an online dating website with 37 million users that helps married people cheat, said Monday it had been hacked and some user data was stolen.

Cordell & Cordell Principal Partner Joe Cordell spoke with Fox Business Network’s Stuart Varney to discuss the impact the breach could have on divorce attorneys, should the information be leaked. [Read more…]

Joe Cordell On Bobby Petrino, Marital Misconduct

Joseph CordellCordell & Cordell co-founder Joseph Cordell appeared on Yahoo Sports Radio Network to discuss disgraced football coach Bobby Petrino’s case and how marital misconduct impacts divorce for men.

Petrino, a married father of four children, was fired as head football coach at the University of Arkansas after he covered up he was having an affair with Jessica Dorell, a 25-year-old Arkansas athletic department employee whom he hired. Their affair was revealed after Petrino and Dorrell were involved in a motorcycle accident.

“Whenever you have misconduct like this it has effects that ramify throughout the entire case,” Cordell told host Craig Shemon. “There is potential civil liability of which a judgment could affect marital assets. Dissipating assets, such as giving $20,000 to his girlfriend as has been reported, is also frowned upon by family law judges.”

Listen below to Cordell’s full interview with Yahoo Sports Radio Network: