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Why Shouldn’t I Talk About My Denver Divorce On Social Media?

Denver Divorce Attorney Explains the Pitfalls of Facebook

Social media has become a huge issue for divorce attorneys because of its widespread use as well as the potential for evidence discovery. While social media can be used to help you in a divorce, what you say and do on Facebook and other platforms can also hurt your divorce or child custody case. In this video, Denver divorce lawyer Will Smith explains the dos and don’ts of social media posting during divorce and the potential consequences.

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Video Transcript:

Should an individual post information about their ongoing custody case? The quick answer is no, absolutely not. There are numerous cases, in fact, we’ve received studies that indicate that the majority of divorce filings, at one point or another, will reference social media. It’s important in all things to be a good user of social media. It’s extraordinarily important when you’re going through a contested divorce to be very mindful of what you do on social media. As they say, you cannot unring the bell. So once you’ve put something out there, it’s out there. There’s a lot of rules about whether you can delete old things you’ve done, you know, that sort of thing, but the bottom line for our clients is be a good social media custodian. You know, it’s fine to post a cute picture of your kid feeding a goat, for instance, not okay to say “and he’s never going to get the kids ever” or “she’s the biggest bad word you’ve ever met.” It’s not going to help you. It’s going to make you present poorly and the bottom line is there’s no benefit. There’s just no benefit. To speak to one of our attorneys, go to Divorce-Matters.com.

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