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Technology & Social Media in a Family Court Proceeding

Social media is becoming increasingly popular as a form of communication and entertainment. It is also becoming increasingly popular in legal matters. Many people don’t realize that what they post on social media can be used against them in court. Even with the highest security settings, a simple subpoena can ...

2020-08-27T16:08:33-05:00March 3, 2020|Categories: Family Law Blog|Tags: , |

Social Media & Divorce – The Don’ts

In a previous article, we discussed some social media & divorce DOs. This article takes a look at things from the other end of the spectrum. DON’T rely on your privacy settings to shield you. Changing your account to private typically doesn’t prevent a judge from creating an order to ...

2020-08-27T16:08:34-05:00February 26, 2020|Categories: Family Law Blog|Tags: , |

Social Media & Divorce – the Do’s

In 2020, everything is online. Shared calendars, logged in email accounts on family computers, Find My Friends, Uber receipts, and tons of other online applications can make or break facts and evidence in a divorce proceeding. So, what, exactly, should you do to clean up your online presence during divorce ...

2020-08-27T16:08:35-05:00February 19, 2020|Categories: Family Law Blog|Tags: , |

Social Media’s Role in Fighting Workers’ Comp Fraud

In the ever-expanding world of social media, companies and private investigative units are turning to sites like Facebook and Myspace to fight workers’ compensation fraud, but it raises ethical questions about obtaining information. Social media sites are the most popular way for people to share their ideas and activates in ...

2022-02-23T10:59:41-06:00January 13, 2013|Categories: Work Comp Blog, Workers Comp|Tags: , |