” If your status is ‘separated’ or ‘going through a divorce’ you might want to stay off Facebook.
Social networking sites are causing a sharp increase in divorce and anything you say on your Facebook page or Myspace page can be held against you in court.
Facebook is an incredible resource for finding classmates, co-workers or making new friends. It’s also a way to rekindle old flames. For a lot of couples, that’s landed them in divorce court and given jilted spouses evidence of their partner’s adultery.”
November 4, 2010
If you suspect infidelity and are wrapped up in the emotional whirlwind it is crutial that you pay attention to, not only, the warning signs but also the outward actions of your partner. They may offer you an insight into their thought process and may give you key ammunition for your divorce proceedings. It is important to understand what can and can not be used against you in the court of law.
To discuss surveillance or internet profiling options with one of our highly trained associates feel free to contact us at 888-677-9700.