Pictures or discussions of new purchases or vacations are fun, but they might color the court’s view of your finances and affect your settlement.
If you’re in a custody battle, your ex’s lawyers would love to present you as the nonnurturing type. Delete all the crazy party photos.
It’s not just your page you have to worry about. Make sure your friends’ photos of you can’t be used against you either.
Don’t talk smack about the lawyers, the judge and especially your spouse â€” on your page or anybody else’s. (You think your kids never use a computer?)
Don’t “defriend” in-laws or your ex’s friends right away. People need time to adjust. Unless it’s really high-conflict. Then go for it.
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