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Divorce in the digital age

18892160_S.jpgThere are all sorts of issues that can factor into court decisions when it comes to divorce-related matters, such as custody and how to distribute marital property. From a spouse's income to accusations of domestic violence, you may have to consider many different angles when it comes to the end of your marriage. However, social media can also play a role in divorce, in some cases. Our law firm is very familiar with the multitude of pressures that you may be facing if you are going through the process of ending your marriage, including those related to social media, which some people do not realize can have an impact on the outcome of your case.

When working through a divorce, it is vital to be mindful of the things you share online. In fact, posting something that is very harmful could have negative consequences. If your spouse has falsely accused you of a serious offense or has shared information that you believes poses a threat, you may want to consider bringing this up in court. There are other challenges related to technology that can come into play with regard to divorce. For example, your spouse's infidelity through an online account could even be the reason why you determined that divorce was necessary.

It is important to keep in mind that social media and other online platforms, such as blogs and video-sharing sites, may play a role in certain aspects of your divorce. If you head over to our divorce page, you can find even more material concerning family law topics.

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