The Unexpected Impact of Social Media on your Divorce
Paige Zandri is a Managing Partner and the Lead Mediator of Artese Zandri. She has significant expertise in helping couples create an amicable separation. She joins Stacy Francis to discuss social media, and its effects on divorce.
- One’s presence on social media can impact alimony, child support, custody, and can be used as evidence in court. Paige advises that parties in divorce act as if there is a judge looking over their shoulder.
- What a person posts on social media can be taken out of context in incriminating ways, creating a presumption that they must overcome.
- You shouldn’t post anything on social media after consuming alcohol, Paige warns.
- Paige suggests that listeners who are considering reconnection should solicit the help of a third party.
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