The short answer is YES.
In a previous blog post I wrote about access to social media in litigation by opposing counsel. In divorce and custody litigation any information you put on the Internet is fair game. The law has not quite caught up with the digital age, which causes many pitfalls for clients trying to prove that their account was hacked or that the posts were not meant as they are now being perceived. You may have simply forgotten to change your access passwords and your formerly trusted partner may still have access.
Blocking your ex may not be enough to prevent access to your account. If you have “friends” on your account that continue to have access, it is extremely difficult to monitor what those “friends” are doing with your information. Keep in mind that anyone with access to your account can use their smartphone to take a screen shot of the content you post with a simple click of a button.
If you have questions about your legal situation, it is crucial that you have an experienced litigation attorney. At Amori & Associates, LLC, the experienced litigation attorneys Scott M. Amori, Victoria A. Strunk and Robert A. Saurman would be happy to discuss your situation. Please contact Amori & Associates at (570) 421-1406 for a no obligation consultation.