Divorce can pry into your privacy so be careful

A divorce is something that can pry into your private life. Even if you don’t have anything to hide, you might not want your personal business made public. Unfortunately, there is a chance that even some of your personal thoughts will become part of the proceedings. Think about one of our recent posts in which we discussed the issue of balancing the right to privacy with the need to know specific information and how this impacts your diary’s privacy.

Your diary’s privacy is only one of the possible things you need to worry about when you are getting divorced. Another thing that you have to think about is your presence on social media. It is imperative that nothing about your life calls the honesty of the statements you make into question.

We know that it might be tempting to air out your thoughts on social media or in your diary; however, this is often a bad idea since both might potentially be entered into the case. Instead, you might consider speaking to a trusted friend. Just remember that you shouldn’t put anything online or in writing that you wouldn’t want your ex, the court or the public to know.

We understand that you are probably under a lot of stress thinking about the divorce. This is a major upheaval in your life. As you work through the issues that you are facing because of the divorce, you need to think about how each choice will impact your future. This might help you make decisions about what to do. We are here to help you understand your choices throughout the divorce process.

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