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The Internet can be a dangerous place if you are going through a divorce, or even after your divorce is finalized.
When you post personal information to social media websites such as, Facebook, Linked In, or Twitter, or if you decide to write a personal blog, any of this personal information, pictures or beliefs becomes public knowledge. It can be used against you by your spouse or former spouse during your divorce proceedings and even after you are divorced. In fact, you may be required to provide a copy of your Facebook page and all of its history or other website information as part of the discovery process to your spouse or former spouse’s attorney. Even internet dating websites can be used against you.
Some examples of how the Internet can be you against you by your spouse or former spouse are as follows:
The moral of this story is that if you cannot stop the urge to post, blog or provide personal information on the Internet, remember that this information may be used against you one day. You need to be very careful what you post online.