How Social Media Affects A Divorce

Social media has become a huge part daily life for millions of Americans. People go to social media outlets such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram & more to tell others about what is going on in their lives, and do it without thinking the potential consequences. Many people who find themselves going through a divorce, find that social media activity might affect the outcome of the case.

With all of out divorce clients, we try to educate them on how their Internet postings might affect  things such as child custody to property division to child support. Then, depending on each client case, we are able to present social media evidence that is favorable to our client and defend against such evidence when it is presented by his or her spouse.

In some situations postings can contain words that can be interpreted as threats of domestic violence. In other situations, someone who has been arguing that he or she cannot afford to pay child support or alimony suddenly posts pictures of himself or herself on vacation, a large expenditure that shows the person is far from broke.

The Law Offices Of Donald Cosley, have handled hundreds of divorce cases and if your looking for a divorce lawyer who has experience, contact us today. We will help represent you and defend you in order to get you what you deserve.

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