- Post pictures of you and your friends partying on a Saturday night. Even if you’ve been “tagged” in someone else’s photos, your pictures at the club or anything that can look like excessive alcohol use is not going to help your case.
- Criticize your ex. Yes you have the right to criticize. However, it makes you look bad. Also, don’t let your friends or family members criticize your ex online. Delete the unwanted postings and try to keep it positive.
- Post pictures of you hanging out with unsavory characters. If you’re in the middle of a custody case, it’s best not to associate with people who you know have criminal assault cases or sexual offenders.
- Post pictures of recent vacations, new cars, etc. If you’re asking the court to decrease the amount of support that you pay because of financial hardship and the opposing party gets a hold of these pictures, your case will likely be dead in the water.
- Give too much information. Don’t share attorney-client communications. Don’t post anything that includes “my attorney said…” You may be unintentionally waiving the attorney-client privilege that you normally would enjoy.