Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and other social media sites offer a way to keep in touch with out of state friends and family. Being able to share life experiences with the click of a button is convenient, but in some cases can cause more harm than good. For example, your postings about your case may be produced in court by the other side. Racy photos or inappropriate remarks may be all that a Judge needs to determine custody of your children should lie with your ex-spouse.
Social media’s impact on divorce can also be felt in the following areas:
● Discovery of assets
● Impact on the amount of support and/or alimony
● Your right to privacy
While sites like LinkedIn may prove fruitful for your career, they may also give your… Continue reading