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The whole world is permeated with the Internet, thanks to social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, and LinkedIn, we can communicate with people from his childhood, past or with new acquaintances, who are thousands of miles away from us. You must understand that every tweet, status update, and photos can be used against you.
Now we look at 5 tips to navigate social media during a divorce:
1. Before you upload photos or write a post, always think what it can mean for you;
2. Monitoring of privacy settings;
3. Never use the word in his correspondence “said my attorney.”
4. The most effective way, so that no one spoke and did not follow you on social networks. is to remove your profile.
5.Learn more about your friends and followers, as anyone who has knowledge of the information that you have shared on the Internet can be used against you.
By following these simple tips, it will help you avoid the negative information in your address. In case of doubt, you should consult with your divorce lawyer.
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