6 Topics to Avoid on Social Media During Divorce

Most people have heard how important it is to exercise caution when using social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat. Often, however, they do not understand what "caution" means, especially in the context of divorce. As a result, the divorce and related child-custody p...

Social Media in Divorce: Everyone Is Watching

Divorce on Facebook Social media has become ever-present in many people's lives. Facebook, Twitter, and even YouTube channels have changed the way we distribute and consume information. The social media revolution has had both positive and negative impacts but one thing is clear: it is here to stay...

Unfriending social media during #yourdivorce

You may have followed news stories about people losing their jobs because of something they posted online. Sometimes posts may have drawn the attention of police and may even have ended with the person being arrested. In some cases, the posts went viral, and the world shared its ruthless opinion abo...