How social media posting can hurt your divorce

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How social media posting can hurt your divorce

Once a divorce gets started, most people just want to get through the process as quickly, easily and peacefully as possible.

If you feel like any of those goals resonate with you, then do yourself a favor: Stay off social media. If you’re unwilling to avoid social media entirely (and that’s natural, given the role it plays in modern society), you at least want to thin the ranks of your “friends,” ramp up your privacy settings and consider each post or comment you plan to make very carefully.

Why do you need to be wary of social media during a divorce?

These days, it’s entirely normal for social media evidence to be used in divorces, usually to the detriment of the poster. Here are some of the things that can cause problems for you:

Ultimately, you have to keep your eye on your future goals, even if that means some short-term inconvenience. Fortunately, you can rely on experienced legal guidance to steer you away from major mistakes.