Social media is everywhere these days. Everyone as a social media account of some kind, whether it be Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, Tinder, or something new that I haven’t even heard of yet. Gone are the days of MySpace, of course, but the prevalence of social media has only grown with time.
Most people don’t think too much about their accounts or the pictures they share – or, at least, they don’t think too much beyond the number of likes or the amount of engagement their post might receive.
If you’re facing a divorce or custody case, though, that may be a pretty serious miscalculation on your part. What you share, what you say, and how you describe yourself through your social media sites can be damaging in your divorce or custody case. To say that you need to tread carefully is an understatement!
If you’re worried about your divorce and/or custody case, you should be worried about social media! For more information on how to make sure your social media sites don’t cause irreparable damage to your case (and tips on things you can do to improve an already existing social media page), request a copy of our social media free report NOW!