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Thursday, September 4, 2014
ANTICIPATING A DIVORCE? BE WARNED THAT YOUR EX CAN USE YOUR FACEBOOK PAGE AND OTHER SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS AGAINST YOU!
A 2011 Forbes Magazine Article points out the dangers of social networking during a divorce in the State of Connecticut. See below:
"Most divorces require spouses to part with some of their property, but in Connecticut, a soon-to-be ex-husband and wife are being asked to give up more than just investments, cars, TVs, kids, and pets. They have to hand over their social networking passwords. At the end of September, Judge Kenneth Shluger ordered that the attorneys for Stephen and Courtney Gallion exchange “their client’s Facebook and dating website passwords.”
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