My ex wife has accused me of marital misconduct, however she has created an alternate personality, and presents herself in a highly sexual manner (for 2 years before our split and has continued thus far,) and has included pictures and personal information of our children alongside her nude photos, and I have proof in the form of social media. Can this be used?
Absolutely, sometimes it is the best evidence.
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It would seem that the evidence you mentioned would be relevant and material to the issues of your divorce proceeding and would therefore be admissible. However, be aware that the Court often has many rules regarding the admissibility of evidence, and many of these rules can be highly technical and act to prohibit evidence which would be otherwise admissible. For example, some courts would require that evidence be "certified" by the source as authentic before it will be admitted. Or the court may decide that the prejudicial effect of the evidence outweighs its probative (proof) value. Sometimes, but not always, the rules of evidence are not as strictly enforced in a family law setting where litigants are appearing pro se. In all cases, I always advise clients to have an experienced confident attorney whenever they go to court. Getting your proof admitted as evidence is only one of the very good reasons it is important to have an attorney when you go to Court.
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