A few years ago, before social media became as popular as it is today, attorneys and judges never had to speak a word about what you should do and shouldn’t do when it comes to your online information. Now, with divorce becoming a popular subject, social media plays a huge role in many matters of… Continue reading →
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Amy Montes on Thursday, July 5th, 2018
Amy Montes on Saturday, February 18th, 2017
You may think that the things you say and do stay private, especially during your marriage. However, what happens if you are in the midst of divorce and the other party claims that they have harmful evidence against you? Social media can have a huge effect on your divorce, which is why it is important… Continue reading →
Amy Montes on Saturday, December 17th, 2016
If you are facing the reality of divorce, posting certain content onto the Internet could put your spouse at an advantage because they may be able to use certain information against you. This is why many attorneys will tell you that you should consider disabling your social media profiles until your divorce is finalized. Certain… Continue reading →
Amy Montes on Monday, April 21st, 2014
How can social media websites have such a devastating effect on a marriage? Statistics show that approximately 70 percent or more of adults that are regularly online use social networking sites. These sites are often used to connect with individuals that you are not in constant contact with. Allowing social networking to take over your… Continue reading →
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