Many of us are used to post all our life happenings in social media. Be it Facebook, Google+, Twitter or even your blog. Yes. Sharing our joys and celebrations with our closest family, friends (and even the rest of the world) is now possible. Not just the ups but also the downs in our lives are usually posted on social media. Some of us even decide to go on social media to vent out our sorrows and anger. But is it your best option when you are going through a divorce?
Your Child Support Attorney will not answer in the affirmative. Whatever you post out there can be held against you in court if the opposing side comes across it. Especially when you are seeking custody of your children. You need to be able to prove in court that you are all on board with co-parenting. If your Facebook posts say otherwise, your chances of custody may get slimmer. Privacy mode or private messages don’t make it any better. Chances are screenshots of what you say can end up with your soon-to-be ex-spouse. And could be leveraged against you.
If even your beloved social media networks go out of bounds during a divorce, who can you even talk/vent to? A Child Support Attorney can give you the best advice in this regard. Disclose all necessary information to your attorney and get the best legal advice. Also to let out your emotions, maybe a Therapist can help you, your close family can help you. Emotional assistance is of dire need when going through a divorce.
Looking for a Child Support Attorney Orlando FL who can be sensitive or competitive as the case demands? That’s precisely what you will get with Erin Morse by your side. Call now to get her expert legal assistance to protect yours and your child’s rights.