With articles such as, “I Announced my Divorce on Facebook,” and ,”Can Divorce Papers Be Served through Facebook?” it’s obvious social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram deeply impact family law matters.
According to the Huffington Post, One in seven people said they’d considered divorce because of their spouses’ questionable activity on Facebook, Skype, Snapchat, Twitter or What’sApp.
There’s a lot of buzz online regarding family law and social media, but talking to a family lawyer is the only way to get concrete answers to your family law issues. This week, I’ll be on Andrew Feldstein’s Ask Andrew Show, and we’re discussing social media and family law.
The Ask Andrew Show – Is One in Five Divorces Caused by Facebook?
Date: February 15, 2017
Time: 1 – 1:30 PM ET
Where: Facebook Live Head over the page at 1PM ET on February 15 ad go to the “Videos” tab. You’ll see the live feed there.
How To Ask Questions: You can ask during the show live in the Facebook comments or message the page using the “Message” button.
As always, please be aware that asking questions publicly on Facebook means that all of your info remains public. Consider this carefully if you’re asking about a personal matter.
Check out some of Andrew’s previous show’s below: