Most people have heard how important it is to exercise caution when using social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat. Often, however, they do not understand what “caution” means, especially in the context of divorce. As a result, the divorce and related child-custody proceedings may not turn out the way they had hoped.
This post focuses on topics that users of social media should eliminate from their updates and social shares if they are in the process of obtaining a divorce.
6 Don’ts of Social Media During Divorce
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Your attorney can advise you on appropriate social media behavior during divorce. At Setzer Law Firm, our divorce lawyers know how social media posts can trigger a negative response during divorce proceedings. Call Jill and John Setzer to learn more.