Anything You Post Can Be Used Against You in Court of Family Law


Social networking has become commonplace in people's lives, both personally and professionally. With Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, MySpace and other blogging sites, details of people's lives are constantly shared via the Internet. How is it that, according to sources, the rise in social networking is helping and hindering divorce attorneys throughout the country?

For years since the Internet has been available and grown in popularity, the public has made the mistake of thinking that because they are sharing information from the privacy of their homes, cubicles or cell phones, that their information is somehow private. That dangerous thought not only goes against the very nature of what social networking is, but it also can have damaging effects on multiple facets of people's lives--including family law issues like divorce and child custody.

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