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You’re on Facebook. He’s on Facebook. We’re all on Facebook. But if you’re facing a divorce or custody case, you’re going to want to be careful. What you post on social media sites can come back and haunt you in a big way when you’re facing litigation, and most attorneys these days are looking for the dirt they can dig up on you on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and more.
Think you’ll just delete your account? Don’t! You could be in trouble with the court for getting rid of evidence (and, since nothing on social media ever goes away anyway, they’ll probably still be able to find it).
Want to protect yourself (and your case)? Read our free report, “5 Ways that Social Media Will Get You in Trouble in Divorce and Custody Cases” NOW, before it’s too late!