Texts, Face Time, and social media sites have become some of the most popular ways for people to communicate with each other.
Romantic partners express their relationship in many different ways.
In recent years it has become common practice in family law cases to use social networking sites as tools to gain evidence in divorce, child custody, and child support cases.
Facebook and Twitter are amongst the top social media sites used by individuals to express their daily thoughts and to vent to the cyber-world about their pet peeves and life’s’ injustices.
They are also a place where romantic partners can go to display their relationships to their peers.
In our now largely virtual world there are many different ways that we can choose to communicate with one another.
Although social media can be entertaining, informative, and innocent, these sites can also be detrimental to your case.
Here are ten of the most typical types of social networking posts that can negatively impact your case: It is crucial to point out that while you are posting information on your social networking site, your ex-spouse and his/her lawyer may be printing it out to use against you! Consider taking a complete break from social media or staying away from posting personal matters while you are going through any case that could affect your family’s future.
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