How Facebook Might Hurt Your Family Law Case

Social media outlets can give Family Law attorneys and their clients the ammo they need to fight their opposition.  Anywhere from pictures to status messages, this evidence can be used against you in court.

If you are in a child custody dispute and use social media websites like Facebook or Myspace, make sure that you are careful when you post pictures and comments.  Do not post anything you would not want a judge to see.  Use privacy settings to minimize who has access to your profile and your information.

If you are a blogger, be careful what you blog about.  Your words may come back to haunt you.  Avoid even the implication that you are attacking the other parent’s character or parenting style.

There are cases all over the country where social media evidence was introduced to the Judge and the Judge heavly weighed that evidence against the parent.  Be careful what you post!

If you have questions about your family law case please contact David Lutz at 248-624-5500

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