Will Social Media Impact Your Divorce?
If you are like the majority of Americans, you have access to social media. Social media is already tricky to navigate when you have a reputation on the line, but the truth is that social media can impact much more than that. For instance, you might find that your social media profile even impacts your divorce proceedings. Whether you use LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Kik, or something else, you need to be aware of the effect of social media on your divorce.
A Less Contentious Parting
Divorce can be an emotional experience and it’s easy to see how those emotions can cause problems. When issues cannot be amicably resolved, the family court judge must decide. Taking a case to court should be the last resort and using logic rather than emotions will help ensure that things are resolved in more a peaceful manner. Read on for some tips to get you through the divorce experience without a lot of acrimony.