The questions coming out of Florida are really good. I have discussed these things a couple of times and the court issues in the last few articles. The simple answer to the question about ownership is that if the work was done as part of the marriage or during the marriage the copyrights could be marital property as they are personal property and could be subject of a property settlement.
I addressed that personally and would have walked away with the copyrights clean but the other party decided to keep the HR images and the other parts of the relationship also. Now the only way to deal with it is the hard lawsuits and charges.
Being a photographer and having personal property created during a marriage means it has to be addressed if the relationship ends. The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on some of these issues but the state courts are the standard for personal property. Since some of your work was before and some after the marriage you need to work on it with them. You have an issue as far as wanting to file charges as marital property has to be decided during your divorce not by law enforcement. The issue will come up as to what is done with the book you have and are putting together using the photos that you took being married. There may or may not be something to address on that issue. If the book was started while being married and the images and writing was done during the time of the marriage you have something that would probably be at least partially joint property.
I am not an attorney and these things change by what state you are getting your divorce. In your case in Florida I have no idea as the rules are a little cloudy there. Colorado has a much more clear set of rules. I hope you take the time to work on it without having to fight it out in court. No one wins there but the attorneys.
The people wanting to know about the diet, it is three weeks old today. As I have said, the big issue the last few years has been the iodine being very low. It has created serious issues with the blood sugar and its treatment. The diet has brought up other issues that are not clear yet so that is about it. It is less than a third of the way done so we will see.
The other main question was how to find the person who infringed your work if all you have is a name or nickname on a website. That is a good question. I had some help from people who know how to do that. If you really get into a large infringement you can get a federal court order for the webhost to give you the name of the person using the site to infringe. Like all issues is it worth the cost? The filing alone will be about $ 400.00 for the order.
Good Luck to all having the infringement and ownership issues but it is not cut and dry if you are married. Seek good legal counsel and do not rely on friends, relatives and the internet for advice other than being told to get an attorney.
Disclaimer: I am not an attorney. These are my personal opinions and general information only. These are not legal advice and should not be used as such.