“What if I told you that a court had allowed service of process in a divorce case through Facebook? Or that two people recently found themselves in contempt of court for Facebooking a protected party? What if I told you a bunch of cool stories about opposing parties ruining their cases by broadcasting the finer details of their lifestyle to their online friends?
This is a general roundup of the state of Facebook and family law: from cases on the frontier, to stalking opposing clients, to a wave of new ethics rules regarding proficiency with technology.”
Original post written by Chandra Moss (CFLS), Kristen Holstrom, Mary Melech, and William Peacock for California Lawyer blog. Read the full article here http://www.callawyer.com/2016/04/the-state-of-facebook-and-family-law/