“Life is short. Have an affair.”
That’s the motto of the Ashley Madison dating website designed for cheating spouses and lovers. It’s a safe bet that a ton of divorce lawyers and child custody lawyers have already made gobs of cash from the site’s members. Those lawyers’ billable hours are likely about to skyrocket.
But it was only a matter of time, and now another breed of attorney is entering the scene in anticipation of capitalizing on the feeding frenzy. After unknown hackers last week exposed identifying information about the site’s millions of users, several prominent people (and government employees) have already been outed as cheaters or have become extortion victims. More outings are certainly guaranteed. So class-action attorneys are currently following the Ashley Madison blood trail in hopes of winning a monetary payday for themselves and the site’s millions of members.
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