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McKinnon Legal
January 2021
Greetings, clients & colleagues!

In the January edition of our newsletter, we discuss how social media posts can affect your divorce. To find out more about our team at McKINNON LEGAL, learn more at https://mckinnon-legal.com/about-us/. 

Did you hear? McKINNON LEGAL is in this month’s Attorney at Law Magazine to provide some marital and family law tips. Learn more here.

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How Social Media Posts Can Affect Your Divorce Proceeding
Just because your Facebook and other social media accounts are “private” does not mean that they are privileged.  Florida law allows discovery of information that is not privileged and that may be discoverable evidence. 

Parents have lost timesharing with their children because of posts and activities on Facebook. During a divorce, it is important to remember that your online presence could be scrutinized by the Court or the opposing side. 

Social media has contributed to the deterioration of marriages nationwide. Facebook and other social networking sites have a large impact on our daily lives.  This impact has a large effect on divorce.  Besides causing divorces, how does social media come into play in our Court cases?
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