• James Chau

Perils of Social Networking and Divorce

Updated: Oct 17

Many of us have become obsessed with social networking whether it’s Facebook, Myspace, or Twitter. Many attorneys today are warning their clients to keep off of social media sites.

According to a recent article, the average person can find information on another person (much cheaper that hiring a private investigator) just by doing a simple search. It’s all too common that users of social media sites tend to share too much information. It’s extremely important to be conscious of photos and blurbs you post on the web. You may want to think twice before clicking the “share” button because you may be posting something incriminating or that you don’t want to be public information in the long-run. Ultimately it can not only embarrass you, but truly harm your pending legal matter. So please think twice before you publicly share.

If there are any legal questions you may have, I encourage you to, please contact my San Jose Divorce Lawyers office. My San Jose Family Lawyer offices assists many people who are going through family law related issues. We have many Affordable San Jose Divorce Lawyer solutions for many different budgets. We help many individuals through this very chaotic period in their life. Proudly serving the following cities, Fremont, Milpitas, Los Gatos, Cupertino, Mountain View, and Santa Clara.

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