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Social media could be invaluable during a divorce

Social media activity has been known to result in complications when Texas couples get divorced. One spouse may attempt to use their ex's posts or photos against them to get custody, spousal support or additional property. However, when used responsibly, social media could benefit someone while they go through the divorce process.

Social media connects like-minded people who may never meet each other in person. Divorce can be stressful; few people experience it more than twice in their lifetime, so it's not uncommon to have a lot of questions. By connecting with others who have faced a similar situation, people who are getting divorced may be able to get the support they need as well as answers to their pressing questions.

Social media can offer a sense of anonymity. Although a personal page may not be private, there are plenty of private groups a person going through a divorce could join to talk to people who understand what they're going through. Participating in these groups might also bring relevant articles and other information to a divorcing spouse's attention. This information could help someone understand what to expect when it comes to property division or a custody dispute.

Although social media may invaluable for support during a divorce, it's important to have the assistance of an experienced divorce lawyer as well. An attorney may help a client navigate the divorce process, filing documents with the court and representing their client at hearings and mediation meetings. With the support of others social media in addition to a legal professional, someone going through the stress of divorce may gather all the information they need to make informed decisions.

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