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The Impact of Social Media on Divorce and Child Custody Cases in Texas
Gone are the days of newspaper and television being people’s number one source of news. In the past, you either watch TV or read the newspaper in order to find out what’s happening in the world around you. Times have certainly changed. With the fast development of technology, everything is now available and accessible with one click, at the tip of your fingers. If you are interested in something, you don’t have to wait for updates to be released on paper – you just have to look it up online. These days even without television, people can access news reports through websites and video sharing platforms. Social media platforms are often a source of news as well, including fake news. It’s not just the news either. Social media provides access to the lives of friends, family, colleagues, and acquaintances. While some people prefer to keep a lot about their life private, there are also those who share everything from the toothpaste on their toothbrushes when they brush their teeth in the morning to the cup of coffee they had and the type of face mask they used before falling asleep. These days, there are a lot of people whom we can refer to as ‘over sharers’. These over-sharers share every aspect of their life on social media and you might not be aware that you are doing it too. It’s definitely something worth assessing yourself about. Impact on Divorce Can social media really have an impact on your divorce and child custody case? If you have an ongoing divorce case, you probably want to get the upper hand on your spouse right now regarding issues associated with your divorce. Because of this, you would want to be careful of everything that could ruin you in court. In the same way, […]

The Impact of Social Media on Divorce and Child Custody

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  Divorce costs can be quite serious. Research shows that at any given time, 4% of married couples in the US are undergoing a divorce or in the process of separating. This means that at any given time, people are spending money on divorce costs or at least worrying about it. There are definitely tons of financial worries involved in a divorce. For instance, you would probably be worried about the expenses related to your attorney fees. People tend to automatically think that a good divorce attorney is bound to be expensive. While that is untrue, it is a nagging worry for those couple contemplating on getting a divorce. Just thinking about your assets and income being split will cause you a lot of financial stress. However, you can still make the most out of your resources. There are five efficient solutions to effectively minimize your divorce costs. These will help in letting your lawyer use your retainer in other more important matters. Expand Your Team Since your aim is to cut divorce costs, it doesn’t sound right to hire more people to assist you during your divorce, does it? However, you might be surprised to know that it can actually be more practical if you hire a therapist and a financial analyst to help you manage the issues you are having during your divorce. A therapist can help you gain emotional strength, helping you make good decisions throughout your divorce. If you have an emotional breakdown during your divorce, you might end up with the irreparable financial damage that you will regret for the rest of your life. At the same time, a financial analyst can help you manage your money matters so that you can be properly equipped to get what is rightfully yours out of your divorce. […]

How To Effectively Minimize Your Divorce Costs