Ashley Madison, a dating website, has come into the headlines this week for all the wrong reasons, for details see below. Relate have had surge in calls from concerned spouses. If you've been effected by this and have any queries or concerns, please contact a member of our family team.
On Tuesday night hackers known as the "Impact Team" released names, email addresses and sexual fantasies of over 1.2 million of their British members.
The slogan "life is short - have an affair" may be less appealing to those who've now been found out.
Britain’s first divorce case to stem from the leak from the Ashley Madison infidelity website has been set in motion, The Times has learnt. Relate, Britain’s largest relationship counselling service, revealed that it had started to take calls from worried individuals who had discovered their partners’ details among the millions of compromised accounts.