By Douglas Manning, Partner, Certified Specialist in Family Law

In these days of ever-increasing complexity insocial media.png how we communicate (and perhaps why we communicate) couples might be well-served to discuss the “Rules of Engagement” in how they use their social media accounts.  Relationships are hard enough as it is, but now with the rise

Increasingly separated parties are relying on”Facebook”, email and text messages to prove certain parts of their case – and this can be very confusing.

Firstly, all electronic evidence will have to conform with respect to authenticity, originality and reliability.  This is sometimes difficult as sites may not be secure or cut and paste documents can

Facebook has become an everyday word. Who doesn’t have a Facebook account nowadays? We use Facebook to keep in touch with friends, to share photos with family members across the globe and sometimes, we use Facebook to vent. What harm can a little Facebook post cause anyway, right? The answer may surprise you, especially when