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The Great Divorce Hack

The Great Divorce Hack

With more than 3.84 billion people across the world using social media, in the event that you find yourself divorcing or in dispute about your children – who exactly has access to your information and what can you do to protect your social media accounts?

Lawyers, spouses, friends, family, ex-spouses, new partners, private investigators, the Child Maintenance Service (CMS) and even potentially your children may view your social media accounts.

But what are they looking for?

In short, anything you post or someone else posts on social media (even if the post is well intentioned) could be used against you. It is important not to post something which you may later regret or contradicts what you might then say in a legal context.  With every post, the best advice is to think first about how each post will be viewed in a different light.  It is also important to think carefully about what you put on social media when it comes to children, both when it comes to view things through the eyes of a separated parent and also in terms of keeping children safe.

Here are our top tips for  staying safe online in the event of a divorce or when it comes to children of separated parents:-

For more information on any family law issue please send us an email or give us a phone and we would be pleased to assist.

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