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Family law and social media challenges

On Behalf of | Oct 6, 2017 | High Asset Divorce |

In the digital age, there are a number of new problems that some married couples have to deal with as they work through the process of divorce or even after their divorce has been finalized. With social media, various difficulties may arise, whether a spouse shares potentially damaging information on a social networking site or even carries out an affair as a result of an online profile. Moreover, our firm knows that you should also be careful about sharing certain types of information online, especially if you are dealing with family law matters.

If your spouse has shared inappropriate information on a social media site, you may feel that it is necessary to bring this up in court, depending on the details of what you are working through and the nature of the information they shared. Moreover, you should carefully approach any damaging information they have shared about you, such as false allegations of wrongdoing. On the other hand, social media may have been the reason you decided to end your marriage. For example, your spouse may have had an affair with someone they met online or their online behavior may have led you to the conclusion that divorce is necessary.

Regardless of the family law issues you have encountered, you should be extremely careful when working through these matters, even more so if you have kids. By visiting our page on high asset divorce, you will have the ability to go over more material interconnected with this facet of family law.

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