Dont badmouth your former spouse; Dont allow yourself to be tagged in inappropriate posts or photos; Dont post anything you wouldnt want to be used against you in court later; and. Dont use your friends as social media spies.
What should you not post on social media for divorce?
Do not discuss the divorce publicly on social media. Do not badmouth your spouse on social media. Do not post any pics that depict you spending a lot of money. Do not post any pics that depict you partying.
Change your social media passwords and limit public access. Delete any posts or images that could affect your case. Inform friends and family of your intent to divorce and ask them not to post about your spouse. Remove your ex and their friends from your social media pages.
Dont Delete Any Posts on Social Media During a Divorce! Social media posts are subject to discovery during a divorce. This means that if your spouse requests your entire social media history, you must provide it. Deleting social media posts during a divorce may be considered destroying evidence.
Should I unfriend my ex wife on Facebook?
For most people, the answer is probably yes. It is one of the many things you need to do to move on with your life and make positive choices going forward. It is easy enough to block, unfriend, or un-follow a person on any of the social media sites. No one needs to feel that kind of social media desperation.
What is the best thing to do after a divorce?
Take the time to separate yourself from all the negativity. Go on vacation with your children, visit friends you havent seen in a while, and spend more time with family members who were there for you – and were positive – throughout the divorce. Do whatever you think is good for your soul.
Can deleted Facebook messages be used in court?
Federal law does not allow private parties to obtain account contents (ex: messages, Timeline posts, photos) using subpoenas. See the Stored Communications Act, 18 U.S.C. § 2701 et seq.