Chances are, you’re one of the hundreds of millions of people who uses Facebook. On Facebook, you stay in touch with friends and share details about your life. If you’re going through a divorce, you might be tempted to take to Facebook to blow off some steam, but hold your horses.
Social networking has forever changed the way divorce cases are handled. Now, divorce lawyers use social networking sites, like Facebook and Twitter, to research the other spouse and dig up damaging evidence that can be used against them. So, if you’re on Facebook saying horrible things about your soon-to-be ex, threatening to take your kids, or posting pictures that prove your infidelity, you could find yourself in a world of trouble.
That’s why your best bet is to keep your divorce drama off of Facebook. It’s too easy to let your emotions get the best of you, causing you to post something you could later seriously regret when it costs you in court.
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