Is your social media account discoverable in your Family Court proceedings?

This relates to Australian law – but it does help thinking and arguing anywhere in the world!

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Family Law and your social media accounts – Andersons Solicitors – Adelaide lawyers

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.andersons.com.au

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3 Responses to Is your social media account discoverable in your Family Court proceedings?

  1. Anon says:

    How do you think a certain man with his multiple YT accounts posting information about certain proceedings in the family court would fare?

    The direct link is:

    http://www.andersons.com.au/lawtalk/2015/september/family-law-and-social-media/

    And they refer to their earlier article:

    http://www.andersons.com.au/lawtalk/2014/december/impact-of-social-media-on-family-law-proceedings/

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