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Written by attorney Molly S. Rosenblum | Apr 22, 2016

How Social Media Can Affect Your Divorce Or Custody Case

Social media has made my job so much easier. I would love to tell my clients to turn their social media off until their children turn 18 but since I know that is not possible, we are hoping clients will use this article to consider their social media postings during their divorce or custody case.

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For all of these reasons, social media certainly can cause your divorce or custody case to be more costly. Not only will you need to explain these posts to a judge, you could end up spending funds on random drug tests, experts and obtaining evidence to show the judge that the posts aren’t accurate or even true. Hopefully knowing both the emotional financial impact social media can have on a divorce and custody cases will encourage litigants to be more cautious in their actions on-line.

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