Social Media and Divorce

Social media can be fun and informative. Divorcing in the social media age – not so much. Social media and divorce can be a bad combination.

Social Media and Divorce

Being active on social media makes this difficult time much harder. If you are considering a divorce, or going though the process, it can feel good to share with people online. It might be tempting to share too much, however. Worse, it can be hard to know how much is too much.

There have been cases where posts made online were problematic for the legal case. A friend posted pictures of a divorcing mother dancing on a bar. There was a dad who claimed he didn’t have money for child support, and yet posted about his new SCUBA gear. Then there are the parents who post nasty rumors about their co-parent. What happens in cyberspace…stays there for everyone to see and (mis)interpret.

Do yourself a favor and don’t post things that may get you in trouble. You may want to consider staying away from social media altogether.

Interested in learning more about the problems social media and divorce can create? Email me: Keith@AttorneyGrossman.com or contact me online, call my toll free number: 877-687-1392, or call my local number: 239-210-7516.

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     Posted on July 31, 2014 at 8:00 am | No comment

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