Social media – what not to do

Slater and Gordon have conducted research suggesting that just under half of the 2,000 respondents had checked out their spouse’s Facebook account, one in 5 had then had a row with their spouse because of what they discovered, and one in 7 had contemplated divorce because of their spouse’s social media activity. Andrew Newbury, head of family law at Slater and Gordon has commented on the story, and Slater and Gordon have produced five ‘top tips’ for couples using social media.

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