In today’s day and age, almost everyone we know uses some form of social media. It’s common to post pictures and updates in order to let your friends and family know what’s going on in your life. Unfortunately, there is such a thing as putting too much of yourself out on the internet. Bamberger & Brancato, PSC, helps clients navigate divorce and social media throughout Kentucky.
Can Facebook Be Used In Divorce Court?
Just like your bank records and credit card statements, opposing attorneys might look at your personal Facebook page. Whether it is complaining about your soon-to-be-ex or posting pictures of yourself in a bar, attorneys will use this information against you. They will gather clues to put together a story about you in order to get what they want. While it can be misleading, they are allowed to use this information against you.
While Facebook is a fun and useful tool, it is wise not to post anything at all if your divorce is not yet resolved. If you don’t have any posts, it will be difficult for the other party to make accusations. Our attorneys understand what not to post on social media in a divorce. We stay up to date in order to properly advocate for our clients. We will defend you in the best way we can.
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