Blog Archive: March 2017

Posted on Thu, 2017-03-16 15:41 by Jeffrey N. Greenblatt in Divorce

Suggestion:  How to Break the News of Your Divorce to Your Kids: Before, During and After the Discussion


When parents decide to end their marriage, one of their biggest concerns is how their children will cope with the news. Although children may struggle with this new transition, there are several things that parents can do to make it easier to break the news and to help their children get through the divorce process.

Posted on Mon, 2017-03-06 15:28 by JGL Associate Attorney in Divorce

Facebook and Divorce


Facebook® has been hailed by many as the best online social networking service, enabling its users to connect with each other, and instantly exchange messages, post photos and receive and post status updates, with relative ease. However, in the past few years, numerous studies have been conducted showing a correlation between social media and divorce. Presuming that these studies are accurate, your Facebook page—along with Tumblr®, Twitter®, Instagram®, and countless other social media sites— could be one of the most powerful forms of evidence to be used against you during your divorce case. Indeed, the evidentiary effects of social media have been discussed on the JGL Blog. But note, as your Facebook account can be discovery in litigation, do not delete your Facebook or other social media pages prior to consulting with an attorney! Doing so could result in sanctions for destroying evidence.


Additional Reading: Should You Delete Your Social Media Accounts During Divorce or Custody Proceedings?