What’s On Your Wall? — Social Media & Divorce

Woman on iPad

Woman on iPad Think twice before you posting your exploits on your Facebook page.  Texas divorce courts now allow evidence from facebook and other social media into evidence if certain requirements are met.

Previously, courts in divorce and child custody cases struggled to find social media postings were “authentic.”  Texas divorce courts are now willing to review the totality of the circumstances to determine whether the facts are sufficient to find the facebook postings were authored by the offending party.

If your facebook page contains photos, quotes, and other relevant details about your activities, chances are your facebook postings will be admitted into evidence.  So, think twice before posting that photo of you and your paramour out on the town!

At Schreier and Housewirth Family law, we are Tarrant County divorce attorneys who know how to make cheaters pay.  When you come to our Fort Worth, Texas law offices,  we will review your case, discuss your goals, and show you how we can get you through a difficult divorce and on to the rest of your life.

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