Keeping social media out of divorce mediation

Even if many Salt Lake City, Utah, residents are reluctant to admit it, social media websites like Instagram and Facebook play an important role in our everyday lives. In fact, many people rely on social media to keep in touch with family members and loved ones all around the world. That is why it can seem all too natural to share life events online, however significant or mundane they may be. When it comes to important processes like divorce mediation, however, social media should not play a role.

It’s impossible to police

Unfortunately, many aspects of one’s personal life can be brought up during a divorce dispute. In addition to documents like credit card statements and job applications, the contents of a social media page can also be presented. And when it comes to things like pictures and status updates, it’s almost impossible to guarantee that they are not taken out of context.

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