In our last post, we talked about divorce and social media. These are two interconnected elements in today's world, and there are some necessary steps that divorcing people need to take to minimize the damage social media use could do to them in light of a divorce.
A critical factor in divorce in today's day and age is social media. When we say that, we don't mean that "social media can cause divorce," although that isn't an unheard of thought either. Instead, when we bring up the intersection of social media and divorce, we mean that there are crucial pieces of evidence that can be contained on social media accounts and profiles that people could utilize in court during a divorce.
If you look back at our blog's archive, you will see many posts that describe the many different aspects of the divorce process. Divorce is complicated, and it is an emotional and uncertain time for everyone. The uncertainty comes from not knowing how your life will proceed without your spouse, as well as lacking experience handling a critical legal issue such as divorce. If you are getting a divorce, you will certainly have a lot of questions.