Divorce & Social Media

As a result of Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, one's private life can easily become public domain. This is a downfall of social media in general, but it can be especially devastating to parties contemplating or going through a divorce. You must remember that once you write or post anything, it is there for good. Anything that is posted could possibly be used against you, and this can be especially damaging in connection with you divorce proceeding. While divorce can make several emotions surface, such as anger or resentment, it is critical for you to think before you post. Social media can not only impact a divorce proceeding, but it may also affect any related child custody or visitation matters as well. In a recent article from the Huffington Post, divorce attorneys Aaron Abramowitz and Caroline Choi gave their advice regarding social media mistakes that people can make. To read the full article, click here.

If you have questions about divorce or another family law matter, please contact Mallory Earley with Humble Law LLC, formerly Beckum Kittle LLP to discuss your case today by calling 205-419-8068 or emailing Mrs. Earley at mearley@beckumkittle.com

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