As a recent article points out, text messages, along with other types of electronic media, are frequently coming into play and presenting new concerns for those in the midst of a divorce proceeding. Text messages sent to a spouse, friend, or new partner during a divorce proceeding often “reveal intentions, intimate details and negotiation strategies” and may be subpoenaed and recovered during the proceeding, even if deleted from your phone after sending. Accordingly, take care when text messaging, emailing, or using other social networking sites during a divorce proceeding to avoid unintended consequences.
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